Wilkin Cuello Gonzalez poses with his Army uniform at his home in Santo Domingo. He was among 600 Dominican soldiers who served in the Iraq War as part of the Coalition of the Willing. They became the first generation of Dominican soldiers to be deployed to war abroad.
Wilkin Cuello Gonzalez poses with his Army uniform at his home in Santo Domingo. He was among 600 Dominican soldiers who served in the Iraq War as part of the Coalition of the Willing. They became the first generation of Dominican soldiers to be deployed to war abroad. Manuel Miniño For el Nuevo Herald
Wilkin Cuello Gonzalez poses with his Army uniform at his home in Santo Domingo. He was among 600 Dominican soldiers who served in the Iraq War as part of the Coalition of the Willing. They became the first generation of Dominican soldiers to be deployed to war abroad. Manuel Miniño For el Nuevo Herald

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