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New Horizons Port ops team prepares for sea shipment arrival

The New Horizons Port Operations Team is hard at work making plans to off-load 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 New Horizons exercise requirements, March 7. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

The New Horizons Port Operations Team is hard at work making plans to off-load 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 New Horizons exercise requirements, March 7. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

This crane at the Port of Belize will be used to off-load 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 New Horizons exercise requirements, March 7. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

This crane at the Port of Belize will be used to off-load 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 New Horizons exercise requirements, March 7. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Tech. Sgt. Lance Beaver, New Horizons cargo operations, surveys the Port of Belize in preparation for the large shipment coming into port, March 7. Off-loading more the 64 pieces of equipment (vehicles and shipping containers) will take approximately 10 hours to complete. New Horizons will benefit U.S. military personnel by providing valuable training that they cannot receive at home station because of the details and logistics it takes to execute an out-of-country deployment. The process involves packing and prepping the right equipment and materials in the U.S., working with U.S. Transportation Command to have those items shipped from the U.S. to the exercise location, conducting the exercise itself and then redeploying home. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Tech. Sgt. Lance Beaver, New Horizons cargo operations, surveys the Port of Belize in preparation for the large shipment coming into port, March 7. Off-loading more the 64 pieces of equipment (vehicles and shipping containers) will take approximately 10 hours to complete. New Horizons will benefit U.S. military personnel by providing valuable training that they cannot receive at home station because of the details and logistics it takes to execute an out-of-country deployment. The process involves packing and prepping the right equipment and materials in the U.S., working with U.S. Transportation Command to have those items shipped from the U.S. to the exercise location, conducting the exercise itself and then redeploying home. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Staff Sgt. Eliseo Guerrero, New Horizons lead logistical planner, Tech. Sgt. Ryan Schnepf, New Horizons contracting officer and Master Sgt. Scott Stambaugh, New Horizons transportation manager, discuss the logistics plan for off-loading more than 64 pieces of equipment coming in by sea at the Port of Belize, March 7. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

Staff Sgt. Eliseo Guerrero, New Horizons lead logistical planner, Tech. Sgt. Ryan Schnepf, New Horizons contracting officer and Master Sgt. Scott Stambaugh, New Horizons transportation manager, discuss the logistics plan for off-loading more than 64 pieces of equipment coming in by sea at the Port of Belize, March 7. (USAF photo by Master Sgt. Kelly Ogden/Released)

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