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Georgia Army National Guard’s support to the War on Drugs

A Georgia Army National Guard air crew member looks for marijuana grow sites from a Lakota Helicopter. Air crew members from Georgia’s Army National Guard (NG) Counter Drug Task Force (CDTF) patrolled the skies north of Rome looking for marijuana grows Thursday. They harvested over 20 plants thereby keeping $40,000 of dope off the streets of Georgia. The GA NG CDTF is part of the Governor’s Task Force/Drug Suppression (GTF) along with three other federal agencies and six state agencies including the Georgia State Patrol. The GTF supports local sheriff departments with an air team and ground team designed to find and eradicate marijuana grows. (Georgia Army National Guard photo by Maj. Will Cox)



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This work, Georgia Army National Guard’s support to the War on Drugs [Image 7 of 7], by MAJ Will Cox, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:07.24.2013

Date Posted:01.21.2014 14:35

Photo ID:1153149

VIRIN:130725-Z-WH280-540

Resolution:2248x3365

Size:504.65 KB

Location:ROME, GA, USGlobe

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