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    Pakistani Earthquake Relief [Image 158 of 279]

    Pakistani Earthquake Relief

    ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN

    10.11.2005

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    ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - The first relief supplies from the United
    States are unloaded in Islamabad, Pakistan from a U.S. Air Force C-17
    less than 48 hours after the devastating earthquake that left thousands
    dead and thousands more injured. The C-17 and its crew from the 7th
    Airlift Squadron, McChord Air Force Base, Wash., delivered 12 pallets --
    weighing almost 90,000 pounds -- of food, water, medicine and blankets
    from Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan. Two aerial port specialists from
    Bagram's 455th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron were also on
    the flight to coordinate and manage cargo at Islamabad. Airmen and
    soldiers at Bagram, with only a few hours notice, worked feverishly to
    palletize the supplies and prepare them for the flight. (U.S. Air Force
    photo by Capt. James H. Cunningham)

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    Date Taken: 10.11.2005
    Date Posted: 10.11.2005 13:05
    Photo ID: 10872
    Resolution: 3216x2136
    Size: 957.76 KB
    Location: ISLAMABAD, PK 

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