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Battleland Diary, June 1-8

TIME’s photo editors bring you the best pictures from the front lines and home....
Michelle Mosley
Michelle Mosley • 2 years ago

In Afghanistan's Nangahar province, U.S. Army soldiers from Task Force Mountain Warrior rest during a reconnaissance mission aimed at locating the paths used by insurgents between Afghanistan and Pakistan, June 3, 2012. (Photo by Sebastiano Toma/SIPA.)

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