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Sgt. Ruben Herrera, 28, from Pomona, Calif., left, stands in line with other U.S. Army soldiers for dinner at Camp New York in the Kuwaiti desert Saturday, Dec. 7, 2002. Army and Marines have been conducting military excercises in preparation for possible military action in Iraq.(AP Photo/John Moore)

Two U.S. Army Bradley fighting vehicles take battle positions between dunes of the desert during live-fire excercises18 miles, 30 kilometers from the Iraqi border at Udeira Range, Kuwait, Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2002.(AP Photo/Gustavo Ferrari)

A U.S. Army Bradley fighting vehicle and a M1A1 Abrams tank drive through the desert during live-fire excercises 18 miles, 30 kilometers from the Iraqi border at Udeira Range, Kuwait, on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2002.(AP Photo/Gustavo Ferrari)

U.S. Army Abrams tanks attached to a combat engineer company line up to test their weapons December 7, 2002 in the northern Kuwait desert. There are some 12,000 U.S. troops in Kuwait for training, many within just 5 kilometres of the Iraqi border. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

A U.S. Army combat engineer keeps watch from an armoured vehicle as his company takes part in a minefield clearing exercise, December 7, 2002 in the northern Kuwait desert. There are some 12,000 U.S. troops in Kuwait for training, many within just 5 kilometres of the Iraqi border. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

The crew of a U.S. Army Abrams tank attached to a combat engineer company watches a live fire exercise, December 7, 2002 in the northern Kuwait desert.

An Abrams tank attached to U.S. Army combat engineers appears in the rear view mirror of a Humvee all terrain vehicle December 7, 2002 in the northern Kuwait desert.

U.S. Army combat engineer Specialist Travis Sutton, of North Carolina, monitors radio traffic as his company takes part in a minefield clearing exercise December 7, 2002 in the northern Kuwait desert

U.S. Army Specialist Anthony Rivera of Washington, D.C. shaves on his Bradley armoured vehicle before heading to a minefield clearing exercise December 7, 2002 in the northern Kuwait desert.

U.S. Army combat engineers take part in a minefield clearing exercise December 7, 2002 in the northern Kuwait desert.

55 posted on 12/07/2002 9:44:04 AM PST by SAMWolf
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A U.S. Army Bradley fighting vehicle and a M1A1 Abrams tank drive through the desert during live-fire excercises 18 miles, 30 kilometers from the Iraqi border at Udeira Range, Kuwait, on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2002.(AP Photo/Gustavo Ferrari)

You will notice how well they are running.
Why you ask? Because they are using filters made by your humble servant! And boy are we making a lot of filters for them.
62 posted on 12/07/2002 10:00:04 AM PST by Valin
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