God bless the United States Army.

An injured Afghan civillian is carried by US army soldiers to a Blackhawk helicopter from Company C, 1st Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment, MEDEVAC unit for a gunshot wound in southern Afghanistan on March 22, 2011. International troops in Afghanistan face the prospect of a spring offensive by the Taliban every year but this time the US-led alliance believes it could mark a real turning point in its favour. (AFP PHOTO/Peter PARKS)

US army Crew Chief, Sgt Cory Rodgers from Company C, 1st Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment, MEDEVAC unit covers the exit from a medivac on their Blackhawk helicopter in southern Afghanistan on March 22, 2011. International troops in Afghanistan face the prospect of a spring offensive by the Taliban every year but this time the US-led alliance believes it could mark a real turning point in its favour. (AFP PHOTO/Peter PARKS)

A US army Blackhawk helicopter from Alpha Company 7-101 Aviation Regiment fires protective flares whilst flying over Kandahar province in southern Afghanistan on March 25, 2011. Around 140,000 foreign troops are deployed in Afghanistan within the UN-mandated, NATO-led, International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) and the US-led coalition Operation Enduring Freedom, which overthrew the Taliban in late 2001. (AFP PHOTO/Peter PARKS)

US army soldiers carry an injured Afghan National Army soldier to a Blackhawk helicopter from Company C, 1st Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment, MEDEVAC unit in southern Afghanistan on March 22, 2011. International troops in Afghanistan face the prospect of a spring offensive by the Taliban every year but this time the US-led alliance believes it could mark a real turning point in its favour. (AFP PHOTO/Peter PARKS)

A clip of .50 calibre bullets hangs off a US army vehicle at FOB Wilson in Kandahar province, southern Afghanistan on March 23, 2011. Around 140,000 foreign troops are deployed in Afghanistan within the UN-mandated, NATO-led, International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) and the US-led coalition Operation Enduring Freedom, which overthrew the Taliban in late 2001. (AFP PHOTO/Peter PARKS)

Two US army helicopter pilots from Company C, 1st Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment, MEDEVAC unit talk to each other on top of their Blackhawk helicopter at their base at Kandahar airbase in southern Afghanistan on March 20, 2011. International troops in Afghanistan face the prospect of a spring offensive by the Taliban every year but this time the US-led alliance believes it could mark a real turning point in its favour. (AFP PHOTO/Peter PARKS)

A Chinook helicopter flies over a stationed US army Chinook helicopter being serviced at Kandahar airbase in southern Afghanistan on March 17, 2011. Coalition forces have halted the Taliban march in parts of Afghanistan, top US commander General David Petraeus said, even though he warned their fragile success could still be undone. (AFP PHOTO/Peter PARKS)

US army soldiers carry an injured Afghan civillian after he was shot, to a Blackhawk helicopter from Company C, 1st Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment, MEDEVAC unit in southern Afghanistan on March 22, 2011. International troops in Afghanistan face the prospect of a spring offensive by the Taliban every year but this time the US-led alliance believes it could mark a real turning point in its favour. (AFP PHOTO/Peter PARKS)

A pilot from the 7th Squadron 17th Cavalry regiment prepares to fly his Kiowa Warrior helicoptor at Kandahar airbase in southern Afghanistan on March 16, 2011. Coalition forces have halted the Taliban march in parts of Afghanistan, top US commander General David Petraeus said, even though he warned their fragile success could still be undone. (AFP PHOTO/Peter PARKS)

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