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Army Reserve soldiers provide fuel, other resources for hurricane relief in New York

Members of the Army Reserve’s 353rd Civil Affairs Command, headquartered at Fort Wadsworth on Staten Island, N.Y., distribute donated items to New York City residents affected by Hurricane Sandy.



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This work, Army Reserve soldiers provide fuel, other resources for hurricane relief in New York [Image 1 of 4], is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.06.2012

Date Posted:11.21.2012 09:29

Photo ID:787690

VIRIN:121106-A-AB123-001

Resolution:3164x2168

Size:2.58 MB

Location:FORT WADSWORTH, NY, US

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