Friday, May 7, 2010

Supplies vs. Sand Storm?





A sand storm kicks up as dark clouds start to roll in over the top of U.S. Army members with 782nd Alpha and Bravo Company, who’s convoy is short halted in the middle of Southern Afghanistan while they work together to get a tactical trailer hooked up to a Light Medium Tactical Vehicle after re-securing it’s load, April 29, 2010 Southern Afghanistan. 782nd members conducted a two day convoy to deliver combat supplies to U.S. and Coalition forces and recover tactical combat vehicles three different forward operating bases. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Kenny Holston)(Released)

4 comments:

The Blog Fodder said...

That is a beautiful photo. Almost like a painting.

AirmanMom said...

bag blog...it's hard for me to fathom a country of such beauty, is in the midst of such an ugly war... B took a photo of a sunset...incredible! And as crazy as a sandstorm must be to endure... it's certainly shows the power and beauty of Mother Nature!

Sarge Charlie said...

you get a mention on my blog today. Happy mothers day

AirmanMom said...

sarge...I'm on my way to your place now...love ya!