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FORT DRUM, N.Y. - Ben Zurita and Glen Hoopert, both Letterkenny Army Depot electronics mechanics, pressure wash M299 Longbow Hellfire Launchers prior to assembly during a Hellfire reset mission to Fort Drum in late Jan. LEAD provides Hellfire support on depot through the Close Combat Missile Systems Program Management Team. Some of those programs include the production of Hellfire rails, launchers and some of the cables and connectors associated with Hellfire systems. This was the first time LEAD conducted a Hellfire reset mission off-site. (U.S. Army photo) (courtesy photo)


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