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Cover: As the Army prepares to reduce its presence in Iraq, one of its most significant tasks is to train the Iraqi Army to manage and maintain its own supply, maintenance, and transportation systems. U.S. logistics training and advisory teams and military transition teams are deployed throughout Iraq to teach Iraqi soldiers how to most effectively complete logistics tasks, like ordering supplies and maintaining equipment. The articles starting on pages 18, 22, 26, and 29 highlight some recent training team missions in Iraq. On the cover, a military transition team Soldier trains a 6th Iraqi Army Division soldier to change out headlight assemblies on a high-mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicle in Kadhimiya, Iraq. (Photo by Petty Officer 2d Class Robert J. Whelan, U.S. Navy)

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