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Admiral LeFever Visits Troops in Pakistan

Pfc. Joseph Allik, UH-60 Black Hawk crew chief of the 16th Combat Aviation Brigade from Fort Wainwright, Alaska, waits for passengers to board the aircraft at Rubicon Forward Air Refueling Point, Pakistan, Sept. 25. The 16th CAB, deployed from Fort Wainwright, Alaska, has been running humanitarian missions from Ghazi Air Base into flood-torn and isolated areas in the Swat Valley since arriving in Pakistan in early September. LeFever, commander of the Office of the Defense Representative Pakistan, accompanied the Black Hawk aircrew on a flood relief mission to observe first-hand the efforts being made by soldiers conducting humanitarian operations in the Swat Valley in northern Pakistan.



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This work, Admiral LeFever Visits Troops in Pakistan [Image 2 of 17], by TSgt Kali Gradishar, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.25.2010

Date Posted:09.30.2010 13:33

Photo ID:324664

VIRIN:100930-F-#####-016

Resolution:1848x1293

Size:285.71 KB

Location:GHAZI AIR BASE, PK

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