U.S. Marine Cpl. George Eifert (left), a wrecker operator with Trucks Platoon, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, and 22-year-old native of Cambridge, Minn., smiles at a fellow Marine's joke while repairing a 7-ton truck with Lance Cpl. Chris Harbour, a loadmaster and 21-year-old native of Marietta, Ga., following a combat logistics convoy here, April 5, 2012. As coalition forces prepare to transfer lead security responsibility of Helmand province's Garmsir district to Afghan National Security Forces, the 3/3 motor transport Marines are faced with a daunting mission. They've functioned in the

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U.S. Marine Cpl. George Eifert (left), a wrecker operator with Trucks Platoon, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, and 22-year-old native of Cambridge, Minn., smiles at a fellow Marine's joke while repairing a 7-ton truck with Lance Cpl. Chris Harbour, a loadmaster and 21-year-old native of Marietta, Ga., following a combat logistics convoy here, April 5, 2012. As coalition forces prepare to transfer lead security responsibility of Helmand province's Garmsir district to Afghan National Security Forces, the 3/3 motor transport Marines are faced with a daunting mission. They've functioned in the
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U.S. Marine Cpl. George Eifert (left), a wrecker operator with Trucks Platoon, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, and 22-year-old native of Cambridge, Minn., smiles at a fellow Marine's joke while repairing a 7-ton truck with Lance Cpl. Chris Harbour, a loadmaster and 21-year-old native of Marietta, Ga., following a combat logistics convoy here, April 5, 2012. As coalition forces prepare to transfer lead security responsibility of Helmand province's Garmsir district to Afghan National Security Forces, the 3/3 motor transport Marines are faced with a daunting mission. They've functioned in their core capacity, logging 20,000 miles on more than 500 combat logistics convoys while supporting 3/3's offensive combat operations and aiding in ANSF development. Simultaneously, they're supporting 3/3's logistics section in retrograding thousands of items spread across their 1,200 square-kilometer battlespace. Setting the Conditions, Motor Transport Marines prepare Garmsir for transition 120405-M-MM918-005