Jul 13, 2010

Marines with Alpha Company, Combat Logistics Battalion 6, 1st Marine Logistics Group (Forward), prepare to gravity feed fuel into stationary tankers at Combat Outpost Nolay, July 13. A combat logistics patrol numbering more than three dozen vehicles arrived with fuel and communications and computer equipment after nearly two days of crawling through improvised explosive device-laden desert. The gear will enable American forces in Helmand’s volatile Sangin district to establish their own combat operations center and increase the general livability at the growing base.

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