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Sailors from Navy Cargo Handling Battalion 1 assist

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Sailors from Navy Cargo Handling Battalion 1 assist

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Sailors from Navy Cargo Handling Battalion 1 assist as the Military Sealift Command joint high-speed vessel USNS Choctaw County (JHSV 2) moors pier side Cheatham Annex. Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group's (NAVELSG) only active duty cargo handling battalion NCHB 1 and Navy Expeditionary Medical Support Command (NEMSCOM) are working together on a proof of concept to conduct a loading exercise (LOADEX) to deploy and set up a humanitarian assistance disaster relief (HADR) MED PACKUP KIT onboard JHSV. NAVELSG provides expeditionary logistics capability for the Navy and joint service customers. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communications Specialist Edward Kessler/Released)

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01/12/2014
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