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Feb 12, 2011

Cpl. Yosty Villafuerte, quality control inspector, Maintenance Company, Combat Logistics Regiment 15 (Forward), tests ‘Medusa,’ an AMK-36 wrecker after it was repaired following its third improvised explosive device strike, a few months ago. Medusa can now resume her mission of recovering vehicles during combat operations in support of coalition forces, thanks to the Marines of Motor Transport Maintenance Platoon.

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1st Marine Logistics Group