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266th FMSC deploys to support CENTCOM, OEF

Leah Luher, left, says goodbye to her husband, Maj. Gavin O. Luher, the 21st Theater Sustainment Command’s 266th Finance Management Support Center dispersing officer and a native of Vancouver, Wash., at Ramstein Airbase Jan. 19. Luher and the rest of the 266th FMSC are deploying to Kuwait and Afghanistan to oversee the financial support mission for U.S. Central Command.



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This work, 266th FMSC deploys to support CENTCOM, OEF [Image 2 of 2], by SSG Alexander Burnett, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.19.2014

Date Posted:01.21.2014 03:02

Photo ID:1152855

VIRIN:140119-A-UV471-665

Resolution:2243x2670

Size:963.93 KB

Location:KAISERSLAUTERN, DEGlobe

Hometown:VANCOUVER, WA, US

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