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Lance Corporal Kelly (top) lowers a winch as Corporal Gomez (left) and Lance Corporal Horner secure a safety chain to a trailer during an offload of Combat Service Support Group 3's heavy equipment. Marine and Navy construction units unloaded their vehicles from the USNS REGULUS (AKR 292) during the roll-off portion of exercise Crocodile '99 a joint combined US and Australian exercise in Queensland, Australia

Lance Corporal Kelly (top) lowers a winch as Corporal Gomez (left) and Lance Corporal Horner secure a safety chain to a trailer during an offload of Combat Service Support Group 3's heavy equipment. Marine and Navy construction units unloaded their vehicles from the USNS REGULUS (AKR 292) during the roll-off portion of exercise Crocodile '99 a joint combined US and Australian exercise in Queensland, Australia

 
 
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Subject Operation/Series: CROCODILE '99

Base: Gladstone Port

State: Queensland

Country: Australia (AUS)

Scene Camera Operator: PH1 Daniel E. Smith

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

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17/09/1999
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