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501st Sustainment Brigade, Camp Carroll, Korea, conducts ‘Task Force Harvest Two’ to help units with excess equipment taking up space. SUGGESTED LEAD: To get rid of excess equipment may involve budget, time, and transportation issues. KATUSA Sergeant Kwak Hyo Bin introduces us to a mission that makes it an easy process for units in Korea. SUGGESTED TAG: 501st Sustainment Brigade conducts ‘Task Force Harvest Two’ until April, 2014.

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This work, Task Force Harvest II, by Chuck Gill, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.21.2014

Date Posted:01.23.2014 11:43PM


Video ID:320132




Location:CAMP CARROLL, KRGlobe

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