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The United States Ambassador to Mozambique, Dean Curran (left) and United States Air Force Major General Joseph H. Wehrle Jr. (center), Commander 3rd Air Force and Commander of Joint Task Force Operation Atlas Response, discuss the delivery of humanitarian relief supplies with German Air Force Colonel Joachim Wundrak (right), the commander of the German contingent. To date, Joint Task Force aircraft participating in Operation Atlas Response have delivered more than 71 tons of humanitarian relief supplies on 102 flights to more than 20 locations. Maputo International Airport, Mozambique, 16 March 2000

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The United States Ambassador to Mozambique, Dean Curran (left) and United States Air Force Major General Joseph H. Wehrle Jr. (center), Commander 3rd Air Force and Commander of Joint Task Force Operation Atlas Response, discuss the delivery of humanitarian relief supplies with German Air Force Colonel Joachim Wundrak (right), the commander of the German contingent. To date, Joint Task Force aircraft participating in Operation Atlas Response have delivered more than 71 tons of humanitarian relief supplies on 102 flights to more than 20 locations. Maputo International Airport, Mozambique, 16 March 2000

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Subject Operation/Series: ATLAS RESPONSE

Base: Maputo International Airport

State: Inhambane

Country: Mozambique (MOZ)

Scene Camera Operator: TSGT Cary Humphries, USAF

Release Status: Released to Public
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16/03/2000
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