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The EagleCash Nest: Soldiers and Civilians in Kuwait Work to Keep Cash out of Combat

A soldier loads some cash onto his EagleCash card at a kiosk inside the Post Exchange on Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Aug. 24. The EagleCash cards and kiosks are an important part of the Army’s Near Cashless Campaign, which promotes electronic transactions and lessens the amount of U.S. currency in combat areas such as Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan.



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This work, The EagleCash Nest: Soldiers and Civilians in Kuwait Work to Keep Cash out of Combat, by Natalie Cole, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.24.2010

Date Posted:08.27.2010 02:25

Photo ID:312900

VIRIN:100824-O-#####-001

Resolution:3186x2104

Size:3.52 MB

Location:AF

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