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New Horizons equipment arrives at Port of Belize

Master Sgt. Enrique Naranjo, New Horizons logistics superintendent, drives a piece of engineering equipment off of the barge, March 8. Belizeans will begin noticing an influx of U.S. military equipment traveling from the Port of Belize to various locations throughout the country in support of New Horizons. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Master Sgt. Enrique Naranjo, New Horizons logistics superintendent, drives a piece of engineering equipment off of the barge, March 8. Belizeans will begin noticing an influx of U.S. military equipment traveling from the Port of Belize to various locations throughout the country in support of New Horizons. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

A Belizean contractor at the Port of Belize looks on as the downpour slows New Horizons equipment off-loading, March 8. The shipment, which left Cape Canaveral, Fla., March 1, included various construction and maintenance vehicles (tractor trailers, dump trucks, excavators, pickups, forklifts, backhoes and gas trucks) and a variety of shipping containers that will be used to support exercise requirements.

A Belizean contractor at the Port of Belize looks on as the downpour slows New Horizons equipment off-loading, March 8. The shipment, which left Cape Canaveral, Fla., March 1, included various construction and maintenance vehicles (tractor trailers, dump trucks, excavators, pickups, forklifts, backhoes and gas trucks) and a variety of shipping containers that will be used to support exercise requirements.

Staff Sgt. Odell Glasper, New Horizons Port Operations, discusses logistics with Port of Belize authorizes as he prepares to drive an 18-wheeler (semi-truck) off of the barge and onto the pier, March 8. Belizeans will begin noticing an influx of U.S. military equipment traveling from the Port of Belize to various locations throughout the country in support of New Horizons. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Staff Sgt. Odell Glasper, New Horizons Port Operations, discusses logistics with Port of Belize authorizes as he prepares to drive an 18-wheeler (semi-truck) off of the barge and onto the pier, March 8. Belizeans will begin noticing an influx of U.S. military equipment traveling from the Port of Belize to various locations throughout the country in support of New Horizons. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Port of Belize transportation managers use the crane to move New Horizons Exercise equipment from the barge onto the pier, March 8. The shipment, which left Cape Canaveral, Fla., March 1, included various construction and maintenance vehicles (tractor trailers, dump trucks, excavators, pickups, forklifts, backhoes and gas trucks) and a variety of shipping containers that will be used to support exercise requirements.

Port of Belize transportation managers use the crane to move New Horizons Exercise equipment from the barge onto the pier, March 8. The shipment, which left Cape Canaveral, Fla., March 1, included various construction and maintenance vehicles (tractor trailers, dump trucks, excavators, pickups, forklifts, backhoes and gas trucks) and a variety of shipping containers that will be used to support exercise requirements.

The New Horizons Port Operations team end a 10-hour day after off-loading more than 23 vehicles and 42 shipping containers from the barge at the Port of Belize, March 8. The shipment, which left Cape Canaveral, Fla., March 1, included various construction and maintenance vehicles (tractor trailers, dump trucks, excavators, pickups, forklifts, backhoes and gas trucks) and a variety of shipping containers that will be used to support exercise requirements.

The New Horizons Port Operations team end a 10-hour day after off-loading more than 23 vehicles and 42 shipping containers from the barge at the Port of Belize, March 8. The shipment, which left Cape Canaveral, Fla., March 1, included various construction and maintenance vehicles (tractor trailers, dump trucks, excavators, pickups, forklifts, backhoes and gas trucks) and a variety of shipping containers that will be used to support exercise requirements.

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