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U.S. Marines Augment Pakistan Flood Relief Efforts in Sindh Province

U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Enrique Carvajal, (left) hydraulic mechanic hoists a bag of flour onto the shoulder of Cpl. Corey Becker, aviation ordnanceman, as they offload a CH-53 Super Stallion at a World Food Programme aid distribution site Oct. 14 near Pano Aqil Cantonment, Pakistan. The U.S. Marine Corps’ 15th and 26th Marine Expeditionary Units have been operating CH-46 Sea Knight and CH-53 helicopters in the Sindh province since early September bringing relief supplies to those in need. Since Aug. 5, U.S. military helicopters have transported more than 11 million pounds of supplies.



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This work, U.S. Marines Augment Pakistan Flood Relief Efforts in Sindh Province [Image 11 of 16], by TSgt Kali Gradishar, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.14.2010

Date Posted:10.16.2010 02:37

Photo ID:329534

VIRIN:101014-F-#####-142

Resolution:2136x3216

Size:2.74 MB

Location:PANO AQIL CANTONMENT, PKGlobe

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