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Croatian soldiers maintain the vehicle fleet

A Croatian soldier surveys a Load Handling Service vehicle to be serviced in the Croatian vehicle maintenance workshop at Camp Marmal, April 2. Armed Forces of the Republic of Croatia have been a part of the International Security Assistance Force since 2003. ISAF Regional Command North supports Afghan National Security Forces in close coordination and collaboration in providing security and disrupting insurgent activities in order to protect the Afghan population. (Photo by U.S. Navy Lt.j.g. Cheryl Collins, RC-North Public Affairs/RELEASED)



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This work, Croatian soldiers maintain the vehicle fleet [Image 7 of 7], by LT Cheryl Collins, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.02.2012

Date Posted:04.27.2012 04:56

Photo ID:566594

VIRIN:120402-N-FB085-001

Resolution:3456x2304

Size:1.38 MB

Location:CAMP MARMAL, AFGlobe

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