Construction projects some of best general says [Image 2 of 5]
CAMP SHORABAK, AFGHANISTAN
The Armament Maintenance Building, built for the Afghan National Army's 215th Corps at Camp Shorabak, is one of the largest arched steel panel buildings in country. The 79 foot-wide, 548 foot-long, building includes machine storage, small arms repair, calibration room, turret repair, weapons cleaning, office space, storage, communications room, and welding, paint and machine shops. This building is part of an ANA installation U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials act as construction agents for, overseeing them in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulations and Corps guidance. According to Transatlantic Division Commander Maj. Gen. Michael Eyre, it is some of the best construction he’s seen in Afghanistan. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Bill Dowell/released)
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