Ghana: 22 Hometown Heroes

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CLR-15 hosts change of command ceremony 
CLR-15 hosts change of command ceremony
Colonel Tracy King, commanding officer, Combat Logistics Regiment 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, passed on the responsibility, authority and accountability of CLR-15 to...
Hometown: Accra
Maintenance on the mind 
Maintenance on the mind
Pfc. Evans Akwaboah, a tracked vehicle mechanic with Bravo Field Maintenance Company, 215th Brigade Support Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Team, uses a...
Hometown: Kumasi
AOAP Lab brings the science of oil to the KMC 
AOAP Lab brings the science of oil to the KMC
In a laboratory, surrounded by scientific equipment, chemists and physical laboratory technicians review the evidence. Light flashes from one machine, and a technician...
Hometown: Kumasi
Why we serve: From African refugee to US soldier 
Why we serve: From African refugee to US soldier
Spc. Alfred Kollie is a petroleum supply specialist serving with E Company, Task Force Wolfpack, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, on Forward Operating Base Salerno,...
Hometown: Accra
Why we serve: From African refugee to US soldier 
Why we serve: From African refugee to US soldier
Spc. Alfred Kollie, a petroleum supply specialist with Task Force Wolfpack, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, checks his fuel truck June 14 on Forward Operating Base Salerno,...
Hometown: Accra
Why we serve: From African refugee to US soldier 
Why we serve: From African refugee to US soldier
Spc. Alfred Kollie, a petroleum supply specialist with Task Force Wolfpack, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, checks his fuel truck June 14 on Forward Operating Base Salerno,...
Hometown: Accra
Why we serve: From African refugee to US soldier 
Why we serve: From African refugee to US soldier
Spc. Alfred Kollie is a petroleum supply specialist serving with E Company, Task Force Wolfpack, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, on Forward Operating Base Salerno,...
Hometown: Accra
Why we serve: From African refugee to US soldier 
Why we serve: From African refugee to US soldier
Spc. Alfred Kollie escaped civil war in Liberia and more than eight years in a refugee camp to become a U.S. soldier with Task Force Wolfpack, 82nd Combat Aviation...
Hometown: Accra

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