U.S. Army photo by Spc. Michael T. Crawford (Released)
FORT IRWIN, Calif.-- New York Army National Guard Soldiers with the 1569th Transportation Company, based in New Windsor, N.Y., at the National Training Center secure pallets of sports drinks on a flatbed truck.
The 1569th brought supplies to a forward-operating base outside the safe zone as part of a convoy with the 298th Transportation Company, based in Franklin, Pa., and the 758th Maintenance Company.
The 1569th and other units of the 369th Sustainment Brigade are conducting their Annual Training at the National Training Center here.
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