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US Military Aircraft Make Fourth Airdrop And Continue Attacks On ISIL In Iraq!

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U.S. planes drop 4,000 gallons of fresh drinking water and 22,000 meals to refugees surrounded by ISIL terrorists in Iraq.

***NOTICE: The purpose of this video is to serve as a historical and educational record, documenting the many aspects of war, training for war, and the lives of all soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines, primarily for instruction and maintaining of historical video records.

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WORK: U.S. Planes Make Fourth Airdrop in Iraq
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The original source video is in the Public Domain - Creative Commons "Public Domain Mark 1.0" has been applied to this work: http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/mark/1.0/

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To all the men and women of our military - the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard, to those serving Stateside, to those fighting the Taliban and insurgent forces in Afghanistan, y.to those who face off with the soldiers of North Korea 24 hours a day, and to those stationed abroad in Germany, Japan, and other countries around the world - thank you for your service and for always answering the Call of Duty! The appearance of ISIS and ISIL in Iraq may require your professional touch - you may be called to the battlefield once more!

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