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Soldiers load a fuel truck for transport

Soldiers from the Forward Operating Base Warrior Arrival/Departure Airfield Control Group (ADACG) load a fuel truck onto a C-17 for transport to another base. The 961st Movement Control Team Detachment, 436th Mobile Patrol Unit, a Reserve unit from Fort Wadsworth, Staten Island, N.Y., manages all fixed-wing aircraft that come through FOB Warrior.

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Date Taken:11.30.2004

Date Posted:02.19.2007 06:25

Photo ID:36414



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