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Machut returns to Arctic Circle, visits service members supporting Arctic Care

Brig. Gen. Roger R. Machut, the commanding general of 4th Marine Logistics Group, and Sgt. Maj. Richard Lewallen, the 4th MLG sergeant major, unload medical supplies from a National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter here, April 15. Machut flew aboard the Black Hawk to observe the unloading process in Deering and jumped in to help the service members in an austere Arctic environment. IRT Arctic Care is a multi-service humanitarian and training program focusing on enhancing the interoperability and capacity of U.S. forces in peacetime support operations, humanitarian assistance and disaster relief. The exercise is primarily a Reserve effort with Marine Forces Reserve taking the lead and receiving logistical and medical support from the National Guard, Army Reserve, Navy Reserve and Air Force Reserve. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Marcin Platek/Released)



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This work, Machut returns to Arctic Circle, visits service members supporting Arctic Care [Image 3 of 5], by Cpl Marcin Platek, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.15.2013

Date Posted:04.18.2013 18:23

Photo ID:909818

VIRIN:130415-M-QX735-137

Resolution:2520x3694

Size:829.84 KB

Location:DEERING, AK, USGlobe

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