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U.S. Army CPL. Amit Ranadey assists in unloading relief supplies from a U.S. Army CH-47 Chinook helicopter in the village of Rawala Kot, Pakistan, on Oct. 14, 2005.  The Department of Defense is participating in the multinational effort to provide humanitarian assistance and support to Pakistan and parts of India and Afghanistan following a devastating earthquake.  D(U.S. Army photo by SPC. Christopher Admire) (Released)

U.S. Army CPL. Amit Ranadey assists in unloading relief supplies from a U.S. Army CH-47 Chinook helicopter in the village of Rawala Kot, Pakistan, on Oct. 14, 2005. The Department of Defense is participating in the multinational effort to provide humanitarian assistance and support to Pakistan and parts of India and Afghanistan following a devastating earthquake. D(U.S. Army photo by SPC. Christopher Admire) (Released)

 
 
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Subject Operation/Series: ENDURING FREEDOM

Base: Islamabad

Country: Pakistan (PAK)

Scene Major Command Shown: CJTF-76

Scene Camera Operator: SPC Christopher Admire, USA

Release Status: Released to Public
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