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New York Army National Guard Soldiers provide fuel to city buses Nov. 5 at the National Guard’s logistics support base established in Brooklyn.

National Guard Continues Fuel Support to NYC

NEW YORK - New York Army National Guard Soldiers provide fuel to city buses Nov. 5 at the National Guard’s logistics support base established in Brooklyn. The National Guard converted two Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) fuelers and transported them here late on Nov. 4 to pump unleaded fuel in support of the vehicle needs of New York City emergency response vehicles. The military vehicles normally contain and dispense diesel fuel. U.S. Army photo by Lt. Col. Kaarlo Hietala, New York National Guard. (RELEASED).

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