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Soldiers with the U.S. army's 7th Corps huddle in a bunker in Eastern Saudi Arabia with gas masks and chemical suits just after U.S. planes started bombing Iraq, Jan. 18, 1991. U.S. troops wore the protective outfits during the 1991 Persian Gulf War because of concern that Saddam Hussein might arm Scud missiles with dangerous agents from his chemical weapons stash. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong, Pool)

"The photos I purchased are a "heart tie". I am currently serving with the US Army on active duty at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. My niece is a freshman this year and is playing on the Women's Soccer team. The photos will go in my office. It is my opportunity to "stay connected", follow the team and be very proud of Kelly as a scholar/athlete."

– Jennifer L from Fort McCoy, Wisconsin

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