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United Nations Light Armored Vehicles on the ramp at Addis Ababa International Airport for loading into the Dover AFB, Denver C-5 Galaxy and airlifting to Kigali, Rwanda. The equipment will be used to support the multinational humanitarian policing effort for the refugees of the Rwandan civil war

United Nations Light Armored Vehicles on the ramp at Addis Ababa International Airport for loading into the Dover AFB, Denver C-5 Galaxy and airlifting to Kigali, Rwanda. The equipment will be used to support the multinational humanitarian policing effort for the refugees of the Rwandan civil war

 
 
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The original finding aid described this photograph as:

Subject Operation/Series: SUPPORT HOPE

Base: Addis Ababa

Country: Ethiopia (ETH)

Scene Camera Operator: SRA Mark Borosch

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

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17/08/1994
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