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A C-130 Hercules of the 61st Airlift Squadron (AS) of Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, sits on the ramp at Ramstein Air Base (AB), Germany, prior to the days mission to Tuzla AB, Bosnia-Herzegovina. The squadron is working through 100 days of Temporary Duty (TDY) assisting in Operation JOINT GUARD (previously Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR). Flying C-130s every day to the Former Yugoslav region (primarily Tuzla) they pick up and deliver cargo and passengers in support of JOINT GUARD. JOINT GUARD is the multi-national peacekeeping mission that provides a climate of stability in the war-torn land of Bosnia-Herzegovina

A C-130 Hercules of the 61st Airlift Squadron (AS) of Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, sits on the ramp at Ramstein Air Base (AB), Germany, prior to the days mission to Tuzla AB, Bosnia-Herzegovina. The squadron is working through 100 days of Temporary Duty (TDY) assisting in Operation JOINT GUARD (previously Operation JOINT ENDEAVOR). Flying C-130s every day to the Former Yugoslav region (primarily Tuzla) they pick up and deliver cargo and passengers in support of JOINT GUARD. JOINT GUARD is the multi-national peacekeeping mission that provides a climate of stability in the war-torn land of Bosnia-Herzegovina

 
 
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Subject Operation/Series: JOINT GUARD

Base: Ramstein Air Base

State: Rheinland-Pfalz

Country: Deutschland / Germany (DEU)

Scene Camera Operator: SSGT John E. Lasky, USAF

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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25/03/1997
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