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

U.S. Army Sgt. David Fontenot, a native of Opelousas, La., a mission commander for the Louisiana National Guard's 1086th Transportation Company, Task Force Muleskinner, conducts traffic around his convoy during a brief stop in Kabul. The unit was wrapping up a five-day, 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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This work, Transportation Company controls the night on one of Afghanistan’s most dangerous roads [Image 2 of 7], by SGT Ken Scar, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.24.2012

Date Posted:05.28.2012 00:56

Photo ID:589069

VIRIN:120524-A-ZU930-001

Resolution:2700x1800

Size:1.09 MB

Location:PARWAN PROVINCE, AFGlobe

Hometown:OPELOUSAS, LA, US

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

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