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RAMADI, Iraq (August 26, 2008) – An electrical fire broke out at the Combat Logistics Company 51’s Maintenance Office on Camp Ramadi Aug. 26. After the flames were extinguished by Staff Sgt. Robert J. Marquardt, 30, from Winter Park, Fla., the maintenance chief for CLC-51, Combat Logistics Battalion 5, 1st Marine Logistics Group, the base fire department arrived and conducted an investigation with Task Force Ramadi Safety, who declared the fire was caused when an overloaded circuit overheated electrical wiring in the ceiling. The fire caused damage to the overhead rafters and electrical system. Marines with CLC-51 now have to fix the fire damage and rewire the building for inspection and certification in order to be operational again. - RAMADI, Iraq (August 26, 2008) – An electrical fire broke out at the Combat Logistics Company 51’s Maintenance Office on Camp Ramadi Aug. 26. After the flames were extinguished by Staff Sgt. Robert J. Marquardt, 30, from Winter Park, Fla., the maintenance chief for CLC-51, Combat Logistics Battalion 5, 1st Marine Logistics Group, the base fire department arrived and conducted an investigation with Task Force Ramadi Safety, who declared the fire was caused when an overloaded circuit overheated electrical wiring in the ceiling. The fire caused damage to the overhead rafters and electrical system. Marines with CLC-51 now have to fix the fire damage and rewire the building for inspection and certification in order to be operational again.

RAMADI, Iraq (August 21, 2008) – Lance Cpl. Steven T. Wise, a heavy equipment operator with Combat Logistics Company 111, Combat Logistics Battalion 1, 1st Marine Logistics Group helps guide a T-wall into place at the Ramadi Government Center on Aug. 21. The HE operators installed concrete walls throughout the compound to add additional protection for Coalition Forces and civilians who work there. “The T-walls we are installing today will block the view of buildings that surround the Government Center in the case of an enemy sniper,” said Cpl. Chris R. Yohe, HE operator with CLC-111. “The barriers hide the main walkways that are constantly being used within the center.” (Photo by Lance Cpl. Jacob A. Singsank) - RAMADI, Iraq (August 21, 2008) – Lance Cpl. Steven T. Wise, a heavy equipment operator with Combat Logistics Company 111, Combat Logistics Battalion 1, 1st Marine Logistics Group helps guide a T-wall into place at the Ramadi Government Center on Aug. 21. The HE operators installed concrete walls throughout the compound to add additional protection for Coalition Forces and civilians who work there. “The T-walls we are installing today will block the view of buildings that surround the Government Center in the case of an enemy sniper,” said Cpl. Chris R. Yohe, HE operator with CLC-111. “The barriers hide the main walkways that are constantly being used within the center.” (Photo by Lance Cpl. Jacob A. Singsank)

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