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Marine Corps Reserve Maj. Timothy Murphy (second from left), the intelligence officer for 2nd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment, interviews Iraqi Lt. Col. Ahmed of the National Information Investigation Agency in the western Al Anbar town here Dec. 31, 2008.  Murphy affiliated with the Marine Corps Reserve in 2003.  In his civilian career, he works for the Department of Defense as a senior intelligence officer, specializing in counterinsurgency and counter-terrorism targeting.  Maj. Craig Abele (right), served with Murphy as the battalion's operations officer.  Abele, who has spent the past seven of his 16 years in the Corps as a reservist, is currently attending Marine Corps Command and Staff College and is scheduled to graduate in June with a master's degree in military science.
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Dec 31, 2008
Marine Corps Reserve Maj. Timothy Murphy (second from left), the intelligence officer for 2nd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment, interviews Iraqi Lt. Col. Ahmed of the National Information Investigation Agency in the western Al Anbar town here Dec. 31, 2008. Murphy affiliated with the Marine Corps Reserve in 2003. In his civilian career, he works for the Department of Defense as a senior intelligence officer, specializing in counterinsurgency and counter-terrorism targeting. Maj. Craig Abele (right), served with Murphy as the battalion's operations officer. Abele, who has spent the past seven of his 16 years in the Corps as a reservist, is currently attending Marine Corps Command and Staff College and is scheduled to graduate in June with a master's degree in military science.


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