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MRAP teams enable USACE to deliver quality construction

Sgt. 1st Class Ramon Curiel, non-commissioned officer in charge of the MRAP program for Afghanistan Engineer District-South, conducts surveillance while on a mission outside of Kandahar City.



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This work, MRAP teams enable USACE to deliver quality construction [Image 1 of 4], by Joan Kibler, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:07.30.2011

Date Posted:09.01.2011 04:25

Photo ID:450453

VIRIN:110730-A-TW938-225

Resolution:1848x2784

Size:2.4 MB

Location:KANDAHAR PROVINCE, AFGlobe

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