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Airmen begin 3-month deployment to UAE

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A team from the Guam Air National Guard left the island this morning to begin a three-month long deployment to the United Arab Emirates. Members of the 254th Force Support Squadron will be attached to the 380th Air Expeditionary Wing at Al Dhafra Air Base as augmentees to begin a three-month rotation. 

A team from Guam that deployed in April are scheduled to return to the island this month. The airmen's mission is to provide various support service functions including food service, lodging, recreation, fitness, and mortuary affairs. 

They are scheduled to return in September.

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