File:Gate closing Iraq-Kuwait border.jpg
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DescriptionEnglish: U.S. and Kuwaiti troops unite to close the gate between Kuwait and Iraq after the last military convoys passed through, Dec. 18, 2011, signaling the end of Operation New Dawn. U.S. Army photo by Cpl. Jordan Johnson.
Date18 December 2011

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AuthorEnglish: Corporal Jordan Johnson, United States Army
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AuthorCpl. Jordan Johnson
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Date and time of data generation19:33, 27 January 2010
Lens focal length30 mm
Image title
U.S. and Kuwaiti service members unite to close the gate here between Kuwait and Iraq following the final convoy of Operation New Dawn passing through Dec. 18. The last convoy that crossed the border signaled the end of the transition of troops and equipment from Iraq as Operation New Dawn came to a close. Despite the final battalion’s departure, the U.S. will continue to build and strengthen a mutually beneficial partnership with Iraq. Third Army is shaping the future of the U.S. Central Command area of operations by honoring and meeting all agreements and deadlines with partner nations.
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File change date and time07:55, 19 December 2011
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Date metadata was last modified02:55, 19 December 2011
Unique ID of original documentxmp.did:AB18232D0A206811A613BC434BD083B6
HeadlineThird Army assists USF-I complete Iraq reposture
Special instructionsReleased by Staff Sgt. Joy Dulen (joy.l.dulen@us.army.mil)
13th Public Affairs Detachment
Credit/ProviderU.S. Army
Original transmission location codeU.S. Army
Copyright statusCopyright status not set
Short title
  • Iraq
  • Reposturing
  • Kuwait
  • USF-I
  • Army
  • MRAP
  • Draw Down
  • Drawdown
  • Final convoy
  • border
  • k crossing
  • khabari crossing
  • Third Army
  • 3/1 CD
City shownKhabari Crossing
Country shownKW
Code for country shownKW
IIM version2
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