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Mustangs complete field house transformation

Mustang Field House project leadership opens the new facility to all personnel on Forward Operating Base Walton after the ribbon-cutting ceremony, Sept. 30. The project took approximately two weeks and required long hours of work from 2nd BSB soldiers and civilian employees to see the maintenance tent transformed into their new gym. (Photo by 2nd Lt. Cheyenne Walsh, 2nd Brigade Support Battalion)



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Date Taken:09.30.2012

Date Posted:10.12.2012 10:32

Photo ID:720382

VIRIN:120930-A-MW123-004

Resolution:676x573

Size:73.84 KB

Location:KANDAHAR PROVINCE, AFGlobe

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