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Crew members of the 1st Battalion 108th Aviation Regiment

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Crew members of the 1st Battalion 108th Aviation Regiment

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Crew members of the 1st Battalion 108th Aviation Regiment and Company G, 2nd-135th General Support Aviation Battalion take off from Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport with a Nebraska National Guard crew for their first mission to support Colorado with Bambi buckets in their firefight at High Park, June 15, 2012.

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15/06/2012
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