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The COR is at it again!

A line up of the ILUs (government owned porta-johns) before preparing them for movement to a different location. This has recently reached a high point when in a four-day period the contracting officer representative section of the Brigade Special Troops Battalion, Brigade Combat Team removed 103 leased APUs from service. This was a major muscle movement in the Army’s initiative to save millions of dollars on showers and latrines in Kuwait.



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This work, The COR is at it again! [Image 5 of 5], is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:02.09.2012

Date Posted:02.13.2012 01:31

Photo ID:523470

VIRIN:120209-A-#####-001

Resolution:768x1024

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Location:CAMP ARIFJAN, KWGlobe

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