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Command Sgt. Maj. Gregory F. Nowak, right, the command



Command Sgt. Maj. Gregory F. Nowak, right, the command sergeant major of Joint Forces Command – United Assistance and the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), and Command Sgt. Maj. Ian Griffin, left, the command sergeant major for the 101st Sustainment Brigade, deployed as Task Force Lifeliner, JFC-UA, inspect the undercarriage of a vehicle at the United States Department of Agriculture inspection point at Camp Buchanan, Liberia, Jan. 23, 2015. Soldiers of the 129th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, assisting JFC-UA, operate the USDA inspection point in order to ensure that all vehicles and equipment headed back to the U.S. meet customs standards. This is part of redeployment operations as service members deployed in support of Operation United Assistance head home after completing their missions in Liberia. Operation United Assistance is a Department of Defense operation in Liberia to provide logistics, training and engineering support to U.S. Agency for International Development-led efforts to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in western Africa. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Caitlyn Byrne, 27th Public Affairs Detachment/RELEASED)





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