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Florida aviators provide support from the air on last day of Iraq war

Air crews prepare for departure to provide aerial support for the last U.S. service members to leave Iraq. On Dec. 18, 2011, the 1-111th escorted the last U.S. service members out of Iraq, making them the last Army aviation unit to fly combat missions in support of Operation New Dawn.



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This work, Florida aviators provide support from the air on last day of Iraq war [Image 1 of 2], is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:12.17.2011

Date Posted:12.21.2011 09:37

Photo ID:502679

VIRIN:111217-A-XX000-001

Resolution:4000x3000

Size:4.58 MB

Location:KW

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