• Vehicles and containers queued up Jan. 19 at Wharf Alpha, Joint Base Charleston, S.C., ready to go aboard the USNS Red Cloud. The cargo comprises part of Army Sustainment Command's global collection of pre-positioned equipment, located afloat and ashore. The loading operation is in its third day with nearly 50 percent of its South Korea-bound cargo taken aboard. (Photo by Jon Connor, ASC Public Affairs)

    Pre-positioned materiel ready to go aboard USNS Red Cloud

    Vehicles and containers queued up Jan. 19 at Wharf Alpha, Joint Base Charleston, S.C., ready to go aboard the USNS Red Cloud. The cargo comprises part of Army Sustainment Command's global collection of pre-positioned equipment, located afloat and...

  • Vehicles drive aboard the USNS Red Cloud at Wharf Alpha, Joint Base Charleston, S.C., Jan. 19, day three of loading operations. With nearly 50 percent of cargo loaded, operations will continue into next week. The vessel, bound for South Korea, contains part of Army Sustainment Command's global collection of pre-positioned equipment, kept at the ready ashore and afloat. (Photo by Jon Connor, ASC Public Affairs)

    All aboard the USNS Red Cloud

    Vehicles drive aboard the USNS Red Cloud at Wharf Alpha, Joint Base Charleston, S.C., Jan. 19, day three of loading operations. With nearly 50 percent of cargo loaded, operations will continue into next week. The vessel, bound for South Korea, contains...

  • Loading operations continue Jan. 19 at Wharf Alpha, Joint Base Charleston, S.C., with nearly half the intended cargo taken aboard the USNS Red Cloud. Once vehicles are parked aboard the 950-foot-long vessel, they're chained down, their batteries are disconnected and air bled from braking systems. A variety of vehicles and containers are bound for South Korea, where they will become part of Army Sustainment Command's global collection of pre-positioned materiel, kept at the ready.  (Photo by Jon Connor, ASC Public Affairs)

    Pre-positioned equipment rolls aboard USNS Red Cloud

    Loading operations continue Jan. 19 at Wharf Alpha, Joint Base Charleston, S.C., with nearly half the intended cargo taken aboard the USNS Red Cloud. Once vehicles are parked aboard the 950-foot-long vessel, they're chained down, their batteries are...

Vehicles and containers queued up Jan. 19 at Wharf Alpha, Joint Base Charleston, S.C., ready to go aboard the USNS Red Cloud. The cargo comprises part of Army Sustainment Command's global collection of prepositioned equipment, located afloat and ashore. The loading operation is in its third day with nearly 50 percent of its South Korea-bound cargo taken aboard.

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