October 2, 2008
By 3rd Sustainment Command Public Affairs
An overhead water delivery system fills a truck with water Sep. 30 at Abdul Razaq, Iraq. The Abdul Razaq water purification unit can process 700 gallons of fresh water an hour.
Spc. Diana Rubio, a member of the 7th Sustainment Brigade, hands out shoes and soccer balls Sep. 30 at Abdul Razaq, Iraq. The 7th SB participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a water purification unit with Iraqi Army and Dhi Qar province officials.
Iraqi children fill buckets with water Sept. 30 at Abdul Razaq, Iraq. Abdul Razaq, a village in the city of Ur, is located near Contingency Operating Base Adder.
Members of the 7th Sustainment Brigade, Iraqi Army officials and local Iraqi leaders cut a ribbon during the dedication ceremony of the Abdul Razaq reverse osmosis water purification unit Sep. 30 at Abdul Razaq, Iraq. The 7th SB has helped open two...
A young Iraqi boy carries scissors on a tray Sept. 30 at Abdul Razaq, Iraq. The scissors were used in the Abdul Razaq Water Purification Unit ribbon-cutting ceremony by members of the 7th Sustainment Brigade, Iraqi Army and local Iraqi leaders.
Col. Mark Barbosa, commander of the 7th Sustainment Brigade, meets with Iraqi Army officials Sept. 30 at Abdul Razaq, Iraq. 7th SB and IA members joined local officials in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to open Abdul Razaq's water purification unit.