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Cover: During Operation Iraqi Freedom 05–07, the 3d Corps Support Command (COSCOM) provided support to over 220,000 coalition Soldiers and civilians and backup support to the emerging 300,000-man Iraqi Security Force. In order to perform their corps sustainment mission, 3d COSCOM units traversed almost every main supply route and most alternate supply routes throughout Iraq. Their story begins on page 2. In the cover photo, Soldiers of the 181st Transportation Battalion prepare to provide security for a departing combat logistics patrol. (Photo by SGT Mary E. Ferguson, 3d COSCOM PAO.)

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