& the U.S. Coast Guard
Coast Guard Lt. Cmdr. James Cullen II, the officer-in-charge of Redeployment Assistance and Inspection Detachment Team Afghanistan, pauses on one of the perimeter roads of Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, on April 2, 2010, with the newly repaired Humvee Eleanor II. The red cross decal in the Humvee’s window indicates that it is a casualty evacuation vehicle if the base came under attack. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Master Chief Petty Officer Mark Moore.
The Coast Guard's Humvee, Eleanor II, an Afghanistan Veteran (Compass Blog Post).
The Humvee Eleanor II awaits repairs in a U.S. Army repair shop on Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, on March 26, 2010, after she was transferred to the U.S Coast Guard Redeployment Assistance and Inspection Detachment Team Afghanistan by the Army. RAID team members and Army mechanics replaced the Humvee’s hood, fenders and headlights before repainting it and adding combat casualty care floodlights and Coast Guard decals. U. S. Coast Guard photo by Lt. Cmdr. James Cullen II.