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Riverine Squadron gets anti-improvised explosive device

Allen Tanaka, a test officer with Joint CREW [Counter Radio-controlled IED Electronic Warfare] Composite Squadron 1, out of Baghdad and Yuma, Ariz., native, uses several radio devices to test the range of the CREW system installed on the patrol boats used by Riverine Squadron 3, near Contingency Operating Base Basra, Iraq, Dec. 14. Tanaka has worked in the National Counter-Insurgency Counter-Terrorism Test and Evaluation Center directorate at Yuma Proving Grounds for almost 3 1/2 years, testing counter-IED systems, primarily CREW.



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This work, Riverine Squadron gets anti-improvised explosive device [Image 1 of 2], by SGT Benjamin Kibbey, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:12.14.2009

Date Posted:12.22.2009 01:38

Photo ID:233772

VIRIN:091214-A-#####-002

Resolution:1296x1936

Size:772.6 KB

Location:CONTINGENCY OPERATING BASE BASRA, IQGlobe

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