CAMP BAHARIA, Iraq(Sept. 4, 2005)

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Photos included with story:
 Lance Cpl. Jason V. Edds, a radio operator with 1st Battalion, Lance Cpl. Jason V. Edds, a radio operator with 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, mans his unit’s communications array, or ‘ant farm,’ here Aug. 17. The 20-year-old Oklahoma City native works alongside fellow communications Marines to keep their headquarters connected with each of their subordinate units in Fallujah by regularly cleaning, fixing and fine-tuning their antennas and radios. Photo by: Cpl. Mike Escobar
 
 Lance Cpl. Jason V. Edds, a radio operator with 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, 

          mans his unit’s communications array, or ‘ant farm,’ here Aug. 17.  The 20-year-old Oklahoma 

          City native works alongside fellow communications Marines to keep their headquarters connected 

          with each of their subordinate units in Fallujah by regularly cleaning, fixing and fine-tuning 

          their antennas and radios.   Photo by: Cpl. Mike Escobar Lance Cpl. Jason V. Edds, a radio operator with 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, mans his unit’s communications array, or ‘ant farm,’ here Aug. 17. The 20-year-old Oklahoma City native works alongside fellow communications Marines to keep their headquarters connected with each of their subordinate units in Fallujah by regularly cleaning, fixing and fine-tuning their antennas and radios. Photo by: Cpl. Mike Escobar
 
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