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‘Four-Deuce’ returns from Afghanistan

At the Nurnberg International Airport, soldiers of 21st Theater Sustainment Command’s 42nd Clearance Company, 54th Engineer Battalion, 18th Engineer Brigade disembark their plane Feb. 12, after a yearlong deployment to Afghanistan. (Spc. Andrew Jacobs, 54th Eng. Bn. Public Affairs)



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Date Taken:02.12.2013

Date Posted:03.22.2013 10:50

Photo ID:892483

VIRIN:130212-A-#####-001

Resolution:960x638

Size:101.36 KB

Location:NURNBERG, BY, DEGlobe

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