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Wisconsin National Guard assists national Take Back initiative

Air National Guard Master Sgt. Jim Olive, of the Wisconsin National Guard counterdrug program, watches as a pallet of unwanted or unused prescription and over-the-counter drugs is loaded onto a truck April 30 in Milwaukee. The Wisconsin National Guard helped state agencies take nearly 46,000 pounds of drugs off the street through a statewide take-back initiative. The discarded drugs were trucked to an incinerator in Indianapolis, where they will be safely disposed. Wisconsin National Guard photo by 1st Lt. Joe Trovato

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This work, Wisconsin National Guard assists national Take Back initiative [Image 1 of 4], by Vaughn Larson, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.29.2013

Date Posted:05.01.2013 12:11

Photo ID:919362



Size:3.5 MB

Location:MILWAUKEE, WI, USGlobe

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