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Dirty Fingernails: for Mechanics in Afghanistan Filthy Hands Means Finished Repairs

For the wrench-turners working in 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, Motor Transportation Platoon, filthy hands are just a part of the job — oily evidence of a hard day’s work. “Dirty hands and lots of busted knuckles, that’s just something that comes with the work,” said Cpl. Dustin Truscott, an organizational automotive mechanic. “It’s rewarding. I’m here for the grunts.” Currently at 93 percent, 3/3 Motor T has the highest vehicle readiness percentage of any infantry battalion in Southern Afghanistan, said Staff Sgt. Justin Johnson, the 3/3 Motor T maintenance chief.



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This work, Dirty Fingernails: for Mechanics in Afghanistan Filthy Hands Means Finished Repairs [Image 2 of 8], by SSgt Mark Fayloga, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.08.2010

Date Posted:10.12.2010 10:43

Photo ID:328220

VIRIN:101008-M-#####-390

Resolution:2000x1125

Size:2.44 MB

Location:FORWARD OPERATING BASE GERONIMO, AFGlobe

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Dirty Fingernails: For mechanics in Afghanistan filthy hands means finished repairs

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