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  • Simpson shouted, pointing out the window as their view scrolled past an eight-wheeled armored personnel carrier, trailed by SMDF soldiers.

    Gideon’s war

  • Simpson shouted, pointing out the window as their view scrolled past an eight-wheeled armored personnel carrier, trailed by SMDF soldiers.

    Gideon’s war

  • The 5th Stryker Brigade - named for the Army's eight-wheeled Stryker combat vehicles - had trained for more than a year under the assumption that it would go to Iraq.

    Brigade's strategy: 'Strike and destroy'

  • Others reported that he kept Russian grenades and AK-47 ammunition in a storage bin inside the unit's Stryker vehicle, an eight-wheeled infantry carrier, in case they needed false evidence to plant.

    Grisly allegations against U.S. soldier

  • Others reported that he kept Russian grenades and AK-47 ammunition in a storage bin inside the unit's Stryker vehicle, an eight-wheeled infantry carrier, in case they needed false evidence to plant.

    Grisly allegations in war-crimes probe of Army Staff Sgt. Calvin Gibbs

  • Simpson shouted, pointing out the window as their view scrolled past an eight-wheeled armored personnel carrier, trailed by SMDF soldiers.

    Gideon’s war

  • Strykers are eight-wheeled armored vehicles that provide transport and firepower for brigades of 3,500 infantry troops.

    Stryker vehicles can protect troops better

  • Strykers are eight-wheeled armored vehicles that provide transport and firepower for brigades of 3,500 infantry troops.

    Stryker vehicles can protect troops better

  • Simpson shouted, pointing out the window as their view scrolled past an eight-wheeled armored personnel carrier, trailed by SMDF soldiers.

    Gideon’s war

  • Others reported that he kept Russian grenades and AK-47 ammunition in a storage bin inside the unit's Stryker vehicle, an eight-wheeled infantry carrier, in case they needed false evidence to plant.

    Grisly allegations in war-crimes probe of Army Staff Sgt. Calvin Gibbs

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