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SEMBAWANG, Singapore (Feb. 15, 2022) The Kaiser-class replenishment oiler USNS Guadalupe (T-AO 200) arrives at Sembawang, Singapore, Feb. 15, for a brief stop for logistics. After loading food, fuel, and cargo, Guadalupe will deliver the supplies to U.S. Navy, allies' and partners' ships operating in the Indo-Pacific Region. Military Sealift Command Far East ensures approximately 50 ships in the region, including Guadalupe, are manned, trained and equipped to replenish warfighters, both at sea and on shore. (U.S. Navy photo by Leslie Hull-Ryde)

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