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Transportation Company controls the night on one of Afghanistan’s most dangerous roads

U.S. Army Spc. Aaron Carley, from Alexandria, La., who is serving with the Louisiana National Guard, 1086th Transportation Company, Task Force Muleskinner, directs traffic on a roadway near Bagram Air Field May 19. The unit was just beginning a five-day convoy from Bagram Air Field to Forward Operating Base Warrior when a traffic jam stopped their progress, making it necessary for some of them to dismount and get traffic flowing again.



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This work, Transportation Company controls the night on one of Afghanistan’s most dangerous roads [Image 5 of 7], by SGT Ken Scar, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.19.2012

Date Posted:05.28.2012 00:55

Photo ID:589065

VIRIN:120519-A-ZU930-002

Resolution:1871x2700

Size:1.36 MB

Location:PARWAN PROVINCE, AFGlobe

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  • U.S. Army Spc. Aaron Carley, from Alexandria, La., who is serving with the Louisiana National Guard, 1086th Transportation Company, Task Force Muleskinner, directs traffic on a roadway near Bagram Air Field May 20. The unit was just beginning a five-day convoy from Bagram Air Field to Forward Operating Base Warrior when a traffic jam stopped their progress, making it necessary for some of the soldiers to dismount and get traffic flowing again.
  • U.S. Army Spc. Robin Morgan, a native of Pine Prairie, La., who is serving as a gunner for the Louisiana National Guard's 1086th Transportation Company, Task Force Muleskinner, takes a souvenir photo of a friend before rolling out on a convoy to Bagram Air Field May 23. The 1086th was finishing up a five-day, 400-mile mission from Bagram Air Field to Forward Operating Base Warrior and back on one of Afghanistan's most dangerous roads, Highway 1.
  • U.S. Army Spc. Austin Fontenot, of Port Barre, La., a gunner with the 1086th Transportation Company, Louisiana Army National Guard, Task Force Muleskinner, feeds rounds of linked ammunition into place in the gunner's nest of a Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected vehicle May 18 in preparation for a five-day convoy from Bagram Air Field to Forward Operating Base Warrior south down one of Afghanistan's most dangerous roads, Highway 1.
  • U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Ramon Wade, a native of Newllano, La., who is serving as a convoy commander for the Louisiana National Guard's 1086th Transportation Company, Task Force Muleskinner, gives a pre-mission brief to his soldiers on Bagram Air Field May 20. The unit was about to embark on a 400-mile round-trip convoy from Bagram Air Field to Forward Operating Base Warrior on one of Afghanistan's most dangerous roads, Highway 1.

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Transportation Company controls the night on one of Afghanistan’s most dangerous roads

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