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Marines from Marine Wing Support Squadron 274 remove AM2 matting, used to construct expeditionary air fields, from the main fueling point at Camp Dwyer's flight line so that the can repair the ground beneath it. The Marines removed about 350 pieces of matting, and mixed about 1,500 90-pound bags of concrete into the soil beneath to help stabalize it and prevent further complications during the upcoming rainy season.
100410-M-0474R-001.jpg Photo By: 1st Lt. Andrew Lowry

Apr 10, 2010
Camp Dwyer, Afghanistan - Marines from Marine Wing Support Squadron 274 remove AM2 matting, used to construct expeditionary air fields, from the main fueling point at Camp Dwyer's flight line so that the can repair the ground beneath it. The Marines removed about 350 pieces of matting, and mixed about 1,500 90-pound bags of concrete into the soil beneath to help stabalize it and prevent further complications during the upcoming rainy season.


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