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KAHILTNA GLACIER

KAHILTNA GLACIER
A CH-47F Chinook helicopter transports equipment and supplies to the 7,200-foot level of Kahiltna Glacier, April 26, 2013. Crews, assigned to the 1st Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment, aided the National Park Service by transporting equipment and supplies to the 7,200-foot level of the glacier to set up a base camp for climbers attempting Mount McKinley this summer.
U.S. Army photo by John Pennell

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