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New York National Guard fueling New York City vehicles

New York Army National Guard logistics experts speak with New York City Office of Emergency Management officials at the Logistical Support Area established here, Nov. 5, as a FEMA tanker tops off a Guard fueler that will go on to fuel city and other government vehicles as the region recovers from Hurricane Sandy. On Nov. 5, Guard units pumped 20,000 gallons of fuel into 1,750 government vehicles. (Photo by Lt. Col. Dana Brewer, New York Army National Guard)



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This work, New York National Guard fueling New York City vehicles [Image 7 of 8], by SGT Dawn Bartlett, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.05.2012

Date Posted:11.11.2012 15:01

Photo ID:780899

VIRIN:121105-Z-DB123-011

Resolution:1600x902

Size:166.29 KB

Location:QUEENS/ NEW YORK, NY, US

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