Private contractors are shown in December 2005 disassembling Stryker vehicles that made it through two years of combat in Iraq and getting them ready for use once again. Around 900 civilian employees and contractor jobs are now on the chopping block at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
Private contractors are shown in December 2005 disassembling Stryker vehicles that made it through two years of combat in Iraq and getting them ready for use once again. Around 900 civilian employees and contractor jobs are now on the chopping block at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. LUI KIT WONG Staff file, 2005
Private contractors are shown in December 2005 disassembling Stryker vehicles that made it through two years of combat in Iraq and getting them ready for use once again. Around 900 civilian employees and contractor jobs are now on the chopping block at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. LUI KIT WONG Staff file, 2005

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