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The support supply activity area of operations, in

The support supply activity area of operations, in

The support supply activity area of operations, in Buchanan City, which is manned by Task Force Lifeliner, is the only one of its kind in support of Joint Forces Command - United Assistance. The primary mission... More

Pvt. Daisy Martinez, a native of Bakersfield, California,

Pvt. Daisy Martinez, a native of Bakersfield, California,

Pvt. Daisy Martinez, a native of Bakersfield, California, and an automated logistical specialist with the 526th Quartermaster Composite Supply Company out of Fort Riley, Kansas, signals to a forklift driver to ... More

Spc. Stephen Richardson helps Pvt. Daisy Martinez,

Spc. Stephen Richardson helps Pvt. Daisy Martinez,

Spc. Stephen Richardson helps Pvt. Daisy Martinez, an issue section clerk, take inventory and sort supply items at the Support Supply Activity in Powidz, Poland, Nov. 26. Both Soldiers are automated logistical ... More

Spc. Stephen Richardson assist Pvt. Daisy Martinez,

Spc. Stephen Richardson assist Pvt. Daisy Martinez,

Spc. Stephen Richardson assist Pvt. Daisy Martinez, an issue section clerk, sort supply items at the Support Supply Activity in Powidz, Poland, Nov. 26. Both Soldiers are automated logistical specialist with th... More

Spc. Erick Morales, an Orange County, California native,

Spc. Erick Morales, an Orange County, California native,

Spc. Erick Morales, an Orange County, California native, and water treatment specialist working with the 526th Quartermaster Composite Supply Company out of Fort Riley, Kansas, prepares equipment for shipping a... More

Spc. Shantonia Issac, left, and Pfc. Darnishea Clark,

Spc. Shantonia Issac, left, and Pfc. Darnishea Clark,

Spc. Shantonia Issac, left, and Pfc. Darnishea Clark, who both are automated logistical specialists with Task Force Lifeliner, inventory boxes of supplies inside of a shipping container at the support supply ac... More

Spc. Annie Smith helps Pvt. Daisy Martinez, an issue

Spc. Annie Smith helps Pvt. Daisy Martinez, an issue

Spc. Annie Smith helps Pvt. Daisy Martinez, an issue section clerk, move a ladder while sorting supply items at the Support Supply Activity in Powidz, Poland, Nov. 26. Both Soldiers are automated logistical spe... More

Spc. Annie Smith, a Fremont, California native and

Spc. Annie Smith, a Fremont, California native and

Spc. Annie Smith, a Fremont, California native and automated logistical specialist with the 526th Quartermaster Composite Supply Company out of Fort Riley, Kansas, at the Support Supply Activity in Powidz, Pola... More

Pvt. Daisy Martinez, a Bakersfield, California, native

Pvt. Daisy Martinez, a Bakersfield, California, native

Pvt. Daisy Martinez, a Bakersfield, California, native and automated logistical specialist with the 526th Quartermaster Composite Supply Company out of Fort Riley, Kansas, looks over the inventory records to en... More

Pvt. Daisy Martinez, a Bakersfield, California, native

Pvt. Daisy Martinez, a Bakersfield, California, native

Pvt. Daisy Martinez, a Bakersfield, California, native and automated logistical specialist with the 526th Quartermaster Composite Supply Company out of Fort Riley, Kansas, uses a pallet jack to move supply item... More

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