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Hours flown equal busy time for 1st Air Cav during three deployments

An AH-64D Apache attack helicopter performs security as part of 1st Air Cavalry Brigade's ongoing mission in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. First ACB has flown 225,000 hours during its three deployments, with thousands more hours of maintenance logged, which help keep helicopters in the air.



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This work, Hours flown equal busy time for 1st Air Cav during three deployments, by Alun Thomas, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.12.2010

Date Posted:01.12.2010 03:22

Photo ID:238916

VIRIN:100106-A-#####-196

Resolution:1800x1192

Size:471.02 KB

Location:CAMP TAJI, IQGlobe

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