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AIRMAN 1ST Class Matthew Bennet, a utility systems apprentice and STAFF SGT. Scott Mulder, a heavy equipment operator, both assigned to the 820th Red Horse Squadron, Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, break down their camp at Kumaka. The 820th, now redeploying, was at Kumaka to renovate the existing regional hospital as part of this first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from Air Force, Air Force Reserve & National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

AIRMAN 1ST Class Matthew Bennet, a utility systems apprentice and STAFF SGT. Scott Mulder, a heavy equipment operator, both assigned to the 820th Red Horse Squadron, Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, break down their camp at Kumaka. The 820th, now redeploying, was at Kumaka to renovate the existing regional hospital as part of this first combined humanitarian and civic assistance exercise conducted between the United States and Guyana. Military personnel from Air Force, Air Force Reserve & National Guard, Army, Army National Guard and Marine Corps participated in the exercise which included engineering and medical readiness training

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Summary

The original finding aid described this photograph as:

Subject Operation/Series: NEW HORIZON '97

Base: Kumaka

Country: French Guiana (GUF)

Scene Camera Operator: TSGT. James D. Mossman

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files
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Date

29/08/1997
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The U.S. National Archives
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