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Home Numerous weapons and ammunition were captured by Task Force Iron Rakkasan Soldiers during a morning patrol Sept. 27th in Deh Yak District, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. Working with two AH-64 Apache helicopters from TF Brawler, TF Iron Soldiers were able to engage and kill three armed insurgents, one of which was on a motorcycle and tried to flee. (U.S. Army courtesy photo) Numerous weapons and ammunition were captured by Task Force Iron Rakkasan Soldiers during a morning patrol Sept. 27th in Deh Yak District, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. Working with two AH-64 Apache helicopters from TF Brawler, TF Iron Soldiers were able to engage and kill three armed insurgents, one of which was on a motorcycle and tried to flee. (U.S. Army courtesy photo)

Numerous weapons and ammunition were captured by Task Force Iron Rakkasan Soldiers during a morning patrol Sept. 27th in Deh Yak District, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. Working with two AH-64 Apache helicopters from TF Brawler, TF Iron Soldiers were able to engage and kill three armed insurgents, one of which was on a motorcycle and tried to flee. (U.S. Army courtesy photo)

Numerous weapons and ammunition were captured by Task Force Iron Rakkasan Soldiers during a morning patrol Sept. 27th in Deh Yak District, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. Working with two AH-64 Apache helicopters from TF Brawler, TF Iron Soldiers were able to engage and kill three armed insurgents, one of which was on a motorcycle and tried to flee. (U.S. Army courtesy photo)

Numerous weapons and ammunition were captured by Task Force Iron Rakkasan Soldiers during a morning patrol Sept. 27th in Deh Yak District, Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. Working with two AH-64 Apache helicopters from TF Brawler, TF Iron Soldiers were able to engage and kill three armed insurgents, one of which was on a motorcycle and tried to flee. (U.S. Army courtesy photo)

Remnants of a motorcycle remain after the armed driver tried to flee from Task Force Iron Rakkasan Soldiers Sept. 27th. TF Iron was conducting a morning patrol and received small arms fire, prompting them to return fire. Two AH-64 Apache helicopters from TF Gambler identified the armed motorcyclist, and the pilots engaged the insurgent and two other armed men, killing all three and destroying their weapons and the motorcycle. (U.S. Army courtesy photo)