The U.S. Army’s Combat Camera Program, as it’s called, is a program meant to catch bad guys in the act.
It’s meant to prevent suicides by showing soldiers who they are, and to deter them from doing it again.
But as the program has expanded and grown, it’s become something more.
A new generation of soldiers is using the camera to uncover and report on the people who commit the worst crimes.
But not everyone is a hero.
The latest episode of the new show “Naked Soldiers” tells the story of a soldier who took it upon himself to expose a female soldier’s nakedness in the process of defending a woman in a hostile environment.
The program, which debuted this past fall, is part of the Defense Department’s push to make its soldiers more ethical and better equipped for combat.
But it’s also a way to get soldiers to wear masks in the heat of battle.
That’s because they’re actually more vulnerable.
“If you’re exposed to a really high-stress situation, you don’t want to expose yourself to the risk of getting a wound,” says Jason J. Krieger, a medical officer with the Army’s Chemical and Biological Defense Command, who has been overseeing the program since it began in 2013.
“You have to go out there and you have to be exposed to the same sort of risks that other soldiers are.”
The program began in 2003, when the U.N. Chemical and Radiological Defense Organization began testing soldiers in Iraq for the presence of VX nerve gas, a nerve agent commonly used to kill people.
It was a highly sensitive, highly volatile chemical, and the Army hoped to develop a weapon that could neutralize it.
So they built an indoor testing chamber, filled it with chlorine and let it sit for six months.
Then they went back to the test chamber and put it back into the room and waited six months again.
The soldier went out to test the chamber, and this time, he discovered that the chamber was filled with a highly toxic chemical.
It contained hydrogen cyanide, which is an industrial solvent that is a very poisonous chemical, Kriegers says.
The chamber was set up inside a military barracks in Iraq, where the Army says soldiers were supposed to wear protective gear to protect themselves.
The Army says it was in “high-demand” and it wanted to test soldiers who were likely to be shot at, and who might be in harm’s way.
It then started testing the soldiers in the field to see if there was any change in their behavior or their health.
“We were testing soldiers for various health conditions, from skin cancer to heart disease to cancer,” Krieers says.
“They were wearing masks and wearing masks on a daily basis.”
And when the tests were done, the soldiers who hadn’t worn masks showed less changes in their health than the soldiers wearing the masks.
But some of the soldiers that had been wearing masks did not show any changes.
In fact, there were significant differences between those soldiers who had worn masks and those who hadn´t.
“The number one thing that we saw was that those that had worn the masks did have less skin cancer,” J. Scott Peltier, an Army spokesperson, told The Washington Post.
Peltiers response is typical of the Army´s response to the VX testing, which he says has been conducted in the labs for years and that is still happening.
The tests are done by using a technique called gas chromatography mass spectrometry, or GC-MS.
When it analyzes the samples from the chamber and its surroundings, it can identify the presence or absence of chemicals in the chamber.
In this case, the Army is using gas chromatographic equipment to determine the presence and absence of VE, a toxic chemical known to cause nerve agent poisoning.
VE is a compound found in VX and VX-like compounds that have been shown to kill by reacting with the nerve agent, or VX, to produce a poisonous gas.
So, when soldiers wear masks and have a VE test, they show less skin cancers.
But, the scientists are still using a variety of techniques to determine if they can detect VE in the air they breathe.
Some of the tests have shown that they can, but the Army has not yet released results from a new test that is not based on gas chromosom.
The results of the VE tests are not public.
But Pelters team does say that they have found evidence of VEs in soldiers who have worn masks.
In the recent episode of “Nude Soldiers,” a soldier wearing a mask was walking along a road when he was approached by a group of soldiers who told him to remove his mask.
The soldiers pulled the soldier into a room and told him they had a report about a VEs.
The officer told the soldier to put his mask on and said that if he could not, they would put a cloth over his mouth and