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Tara Schweyer, 21, hugs her best friend Kayla Head, 23, after the 323rd Military Police Company Call to Duty Ceremony at Bowsher High School in Toledo. Schweyer is one of about 130 soldiers scheduled to deploy in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

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Mayor Michael P. Bell addresses the 130 soldiers scheduled to deploy in support of Operation Enduring Freedom during the 323rd Military Police Company Call to Duty Ceremony at Bowsher High School in Toledo.

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Sahara Whitaker, 6, dances with her father Kyle Whitaker, 24, in the parking lot of Bowsher High School after the 323rd Military Police Company Call to Duty Ceremony in Toledo. Whitaker is one of about 130 soldiers scheduled to deploy in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

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Sahara Whitaker, 6, dances with her father Kyle Whitaker, 24, in the parking lot of Bowsher High School after the 323rd Military Police Company Call to Duty Ceremony in Toledo. Kyle is one of about 130 soldiers scheduled to deploy in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

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Bryan Madsen hugs his son Brandon Madsen, 25, after the 323rd Military Police Company Call to Duty Ceremony at Bowsher High School in Toledo. Brandon is one of about 130 soldiers scheduled to deploy in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

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The crowd at the 323rd Military Police Company Call to Duty Ceremony cheers as soldiers begin to leave the Bowsher High School Gymnasium in Toledo. About 130 soldiers scheduled to deploy in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

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Soldiers listen and clap as Mayor Michael P. Bell addresses them at the 323rd Military Police Company Call to Duty Ceremony at Bowsher High School in Toledo.

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Captain Andrew Hawkins addresses the 130 soldiers scheduled to deploy in support of Operation Enduring Freedom during the 323rd Military Police Company Call to Duty Ceremony at Bowsher High School in Toledo.

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Commander Seargent Major Jonathan Williams, 40, listens as Mayor Michael P. Bell addresses the 130 soldiers scheduled to deploy in support of Operation Enduring Freedom during the 323rd Military Police Company Call to Duty Ceremony at Bowsher High School in Toledo.

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Chaplain Jeffrey Farr makes his way to the Bowsher High School Gymnasium for the 323rd Military Police Company Call to Duty Ceremony in Toledo, Ohio on Saturday, June 23, 2012. About 130 soldiers from this company are scheduled to deploy in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

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