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Shown is an overhead view of Roberts International Airport in Liberia. The airport is being used by United States Air Force C-130E Hercules aircraft from the 86th Air Wing out of Ramstein Air Base Germany for Operation ASSURED LIFT. ASSURED LIFT is a Joint Task Force (JTF) Operation to provide airlift and other logistical support to West African states that are deploying more than 600 troops to Liberia as part of the region's ongoing peacekeeping mission. Most of the inbound West African forces will comefrom the country of Mali, with the Ivory Coast and Ghana also expected to contribute troops

Shown is an overhead view of Roberts International Airport in Liberia. The airport is being used by United States Air Force C-130E Hercules aircraft from the 86th Air Wing out of Ramstein Air Base Germany for Operation ASSURED LIFT. ASSURED LIFT is a Joint Task Force (JTF) Operation to provide airlift and other logistical support to West African states that are deploying more than 600 troops to Liberia as part of the region's ongoing peacekeeping mission. Most of the inbound West African forces will comefrom the country of Mali, with the Ivory Coast and Ghana also expected to contribute troops

 
 
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Subject Operation/Series: ASSURED LIFT

Base: Roberts International Airport

Country: Liberia (LBR)

Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Paul R. Caron, USAF

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

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17/02/1997
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