Keeping vehicles ammo free

By Robbin Duuck, 401st AFSBn-Bagram Public AffairsAugust 20, 2013

Sgt. Nho Thatch briefs Marine Sgt. Maj. James Booker, senior enlisted leader for the International Security Assistance Force and U.S. Forces-Afghanistan, on a camera used to inspect vehicles for ammunition during the Ammo Abatement process. Thatch is a squad leader deployed to Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, and tasked to the 401st Army Field Support Battalion's Ammo Abatement Team. Booker is seen here Aug. 19 with the Iplex camera used to inspect hard-to-reach areas in vehicles. It is essential that vehicles shipped to other countries or areas in Afghanistan be ammo free, safe and mission ready for the warfighter. (Photo by Robbin Duuck, 401st AFSBn-Bagram Public Affairs)
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. Nho Thatch briefs Marine Sgt. Maj. James Booker, senior enlisted leader for the International Security Assistance Force and U.S. Forces-Afghanistan, on a camera used to inspect vehicles for ammunition during the Ammo Abatement process. Thatch is a squad leader deployed to Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, and tasked to the 401st Army Field Support Battalion's Ammo Abatement Team. Booker is seen here Aug. 19 with the Iplex camera used to inspect hard-to-reach areas in vehicles. It is essential that vehicles shipped to other countries or areas in Afghanistan be ammo free, safe and mission ready for the warfighter. (Photo by Robbin Duuck, 401st AFSBn-Bagram Public Affairs) (Photo Credit: U.S. Army) VIEW ORIGINAL