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Apr 20, 2017

From left are David Tucker, heavy mobile equipment mechanic; Jody Nesbitt, project officer and Robert Guzman, planner estimator; all with Marine Depot Maintenance Command, as they pose April 17 with the cab of a World War II, Suspension Unit-Cab Over Engine Prime Mover, 4x4 Cargo Truck, which is being restored for the National Museum of the Marine Corps.

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