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On a cold, rainy morning, U.S. Soldiers in a convoy

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On a cold, rainy morning, U.S. Soldiers in a convoy

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On a cold, rainy morning, U.S. Soldiers in a convoy from the 240th Quartermaster Support Company from Baumholder, Germany, refuel their tactical vehicles at the 1st Battalion, 3rd Aviation Regiment (Attack Reconnaissance) motor pool at Katterbach, Germany, Nov. 25, 2015. (U.S. Army photos by Charles Rosemond, Training Support Activity Europe, Training Support Center Ansbach)

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25/11/2015
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