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    Op Herrick 15- Afghanistan through a lens.

    Sergeant Steve Blake has spent six months in Afghanistan as the photographer with the British Army's Combat Camera Team, capturing life on the front line in Helmand province.

    The music, Where Ever You Are, is by Paul Mealor written for the Military Wives Choir whose letters to their loved ones out in Afghan provided the words.
    I fight. Not simply with my opponent. I fight with the demons of doubt. With my exhaustion, with my past failures, with my injuries, with my anonymity, with the unrelenting voice that tells me to stop. But I am a fighter. And one thing is sure. I will be victorious.

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    Re: Op Herrick 15- Afghanistan through a lens.

    Gosh darn it, why can I never hear that music without getting grit in my eye?
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    Re: Op Herrick 15- Afghanistan through a lens.

    Very Nice


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