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When this happens the entire convoy has to be halted until repairs can be made or the load shifted to a backup truck.
“Our mechanics are like a NASCAR pit crew,” said mission commander Sgt. “They have to jump out and fix whatever the problem is - quick.” It’s a nail-biting experience until, finally, the convoy commander calls out the order to “start pushing” again.
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The unit was on a five-day convoy from Bagram Air Field to Forward Operating Base Warrior as security for more than a dozen Afghan-owned cargo trucks, and had to stop to repair one of its vehicles. The convoy, conducted by the Louisiana National Guard’s 1086th Transportation Company, Task Force Muleskinner, is led by a gigantic mine resistant ambush protected vehicle, pushing a ponderous mine roller that looks like dozens of giant pallet jack castors attached to a field cultivator.
Ken Scar, 7th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment) see less | View Image Page PARWAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan – They roll like a freight train in the night, 25 enormous vehicles linked by radio waves and a common purpose.
One after another of them breaks down during the trip to FOB Warrior.“We got hit, took small arms fire, and I got my [combat action badge] my first mission out,” said Spc. I have a strong team around me that gives me the confidence to go out there.” The 1086th Transportation Company has taken its’ share of lumps but the good thing is that, so far, everybody has walked away, said 1st Sgt. “They still don’t hesitate to go outside the wire,” he said.“These soldiers do their jobs for all the right reasons.” With 100 days left in-country, the general outlook within the ranks is that there is still cargo that must be delivered, terrorists be damned. I personally like going out on the road,” said Spc.Their path to FOB Warrior takes them over the poverty-stricken streets of Kabul, and through shattered villages that look like post-apocalyptic backgrounds in a Mad Max movie.Once outside the main urban hubs, however, the countryside seems serene, even picturesque in places, but unless something drastic happens, they will remain encapsulated in their machines like astronauts, scanning every square inch around them for any tiny sign of trouble.