To assess the water production of two windmill-powered ground water pumps in Narhwan, leaders from 3rd Heavy Brigade Combat Team and Multi-National Corps â€“ Iraq visited two villages Mar. 1.
The first stop for Col. Ryan Kuhn, deputy commanding officer for 3rd HBCT, and Maj. Chris Hempel, agricultural officer from MNC-I Civil-Military Operations Cell, was the village of al Zatia, where they met with the head contractor for both windmill projects.
Analyzing the windmill-powered pumps potential for potable water production led him to consider using pumps for irrigation, Hempel, from Elizabeth, N.J., said.
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