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307th Engineer Battalion assumes mission safeguarding Afghan roads

U.S. Army Lt. Col. William Myer (left), commander, 507th Engineer Battalion, and Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Darrell Wagner (right) case their colors for their trip home signifying the end of their tour in Afghanistan during the transfer-of-authority ceremony. The event marked the unit’s arrival in Afghanistan. TF SAW will continue the engineer mission of Afghan Army engineer development and route clearance in support of the International Security Assistance Force. (Photo by U.S. Marine SSgt Neill Sevelius, Combat Camera)



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Date Taken:02.24.2013

Date Posted:03.08.2013 05:08

Photo ID:881835

VIRIN:130224-M-#####-002

Resolution:2048x3072

Size:3.56 MB

Location:CAMP LEATHERNECK, AFGlobe

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