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U.S. Air Force fire fighter from the 86th Civil Engineering Squadron, Ramstein Air Base, Germany and Economic Community Military Observation Group (ECOMOG) Nigerian Army troops fill an Air Force fire truck with water at the Firestone rubber plant located outside Robert's International Airport, Liberia. The U.S. Air Force fire fighters are deployed to provide aircraft emergency support during Operation Assured Lift, a 17 day United States airlift and support mission assisting West African states deploying more than 1100 troops to Liberia as part of the region's ongoing peacekeeping force

U.S. Air Force fire fighter from the 86th Civil Engineering Squadron, Ramstein Air Base, Germany and Economic Community Military Observation Group (ECOMOG) Nigerian Army troops fill an Air Force fire truck with water at the Firestone rubber plant located outside Robert's International Airport, Liberia. The U.S. Air Force fire fighters are deployed to provide aircraft emergency support during Operation Assured Lift, a 17 day United States airlift and support mission assisting West African states deploying more than 1100 troops to Liberia as part of the region's ongoing peacekeeping force

 
 

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