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Topic: combat camera members

1995
1995
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Combat Camera members, SRA Mark Huchette, CMSGT Kirby Love and A1C Morgan Gore guide a forklift with a loaded pallet into position during preparation for Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI), which tests a unit's ability to operate in a simulated wartime environment

Combat Camera members, SRA Mark Huchette, CMSGT Kirby Love and A1C Mor...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: CRISIS REACH 95-02NORTHERN PIKE Base: Travis Air Force Base State: California (CA) Country: United States Of America (USA) S... more

U.S. Air Force STAFF SGT. Ricky Bloom, combat photographer, 1ST Combat Camera Squadron, Charleston AFB , S.C., takes a photo while donned in full chemical warfare protection gear during a Task Qualification Training session Charleston AFB , S.C., on Oct. 19, 200. TQT is semi-annual training for Combat Camera members while wearing full chemical gear.(U.S. Air Force PHOTO by AIRMAN First Class Patrick J. Dixon) (RELEASED)

U.S. Air Force STAFF SGT. Ricky Bloom, combat photographer, 1ST Combat...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Charleston Air Force Base State: South Carolina (SC) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Major Command Shown: AIR MOBILITY COMMAND Sce... more

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