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Download full resolution image Rainbow Division Memorial Honors Iraq War Vets

Rainbow Division Memorial Honors Iraq War Vets

FORT DRUM, N.Y. - Retired Maj. Gen. Joseph Taluto, left, former commander of the 42nd Infantry Division and Adjutant General of the State of New York, representing the Rainbow Division Veterans Foundation, joins current Rainbow Division Commander Maj. Gen. Harry Miller unveiling a memorial that commemorates the 10th anniversary of the mobilization of the 42nd Infantry Division for combat service in Iraq. The division mobilized in 2004 to form the division base of Task Force Liberty, a force that would see more than 23,000 Soldiers serve in North Central Iraq. Photo by Master Sgt. Peter Towse, 42nd Infantry Division.

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