Where the streets have no name.
2/4 Marines and their detection K9 hold security in an isolated village in the Nowzad District of Afghanistan that has never seen coalition forces. The Marines were engaged in several firefights with insurgent forces during their movement through the area as part of Operation Western Gambit.
(Photo by Corporal Clayton Vonderahe, 27 November 2011.)
[And because there’s some confusion:
The italicized heading is a reference to the title of a song that was performed by U2, written primarily about Northern Ireland and Belfast, “where you can tell someone’s religion, political group, and income just by the name of their street.”
Have a video. -R]