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Turning wrenches isn’t all TF Guns’ mechanics do

Pfc. Shawn Crofutt, a quartermaster and chemical equipment repair specialist for Company E, Task Force Guns, 1st Air Cavalry Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, looks ahead of the turn he is about to make as he returns to his FOB after transporting a Soldier to another outlying base nearby here Jan 11. In a unique turn of events, the ground maintenance platoon of Company E, TF Guns, have been regularly performing convoy missions outside of their base in order to transport personnel as well as supplies and equipment, a role traditionally held by combat arms troopers.



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This work, Turning wrenches isn’t all TF Guns’ mechanics do [Image 2 of 3], by SGT Richard Wrigley, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.11.2012

Date Posted:01.15.2012 09:25

Photo ID:510154

VIRIN:120111-A-#####-071

Resolution:1680x1118

Size:917.68 KB

Location:FORWARD OPERATIING BASE KUNDUZ, AF

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Turning wrenches isn’t all TF Guns’ mechanics do

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