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Cover: The U.S. response to January’s devastating earthquake in Haiti required the 3d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) (ESC) to deploy into an expeditionary environment to support humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations. To execute this no-notice mission, the command’s Soldiers had to adapt to conditions for which their previous deployments to Operation Iraqi Freedom offered few precedents. The articles beginning on pages 4 and 9 describe how the command deployed and operated in Haiti and the numerous “firsts” it had to accomplish in order to succeed. In the cover photo, 3d ESC equipment bound for Haiti is loaded onto a C−17 Globemaster transport at Louisville International Airport in Kentucky on 27 January. (Photo by Kentucky Air National Guard)

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International Recruiting Summit
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