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US Dept of Justice
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF)
On Nov 22, 2002, the ATF was moved from under the jurisdiction of the Dept of the Treasury to the Dept of Justice.
 ATF was originally formed from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Bureau of Prohibition, Department of the Treasury.
 The ATF enforces federal laws and regulations relating to alcohol, tobacco products, firearms, explosives, and arson.



Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck
from Houston TX
photo by rwcar4

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck

photo courtesy Brian Havlicek

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck
photo courtesy Samuel Smith

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck
from Houston TX
photo by rwcar4

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck
from Houston TX
photo by rwcar4

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck
from Houston TX
photo by rwcar4

Lenco Bearcat
from California
photo courtesy Michael Padar

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck

from Los Angeles CA
photo courtesy Michael Padar

LDV Mobile Command Truck
from California
photo courtesy Michael Padar

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck
from Houston TX
photo by rwcar4

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck
from Houston TX
photo by rwcar4

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck
photo courtesy Samuel Smith

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck
photo courtesy Samuel Smith

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck
photo courtesy Samuel Smith

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck

from New York
photo courtesy Andrew W


Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck

from Louisville KY
photo courtesy Tyler McClellan



Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck
from Louisville KY
photo courtesy Jim Shattuck

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck
from Louisville KY
photo courtesy Jim Shattuck

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck

photo by  rwcar4

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck

photo by  rwcar4

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck

photo courtesy Chip Broshous

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck

photo courtesy Samuel Smith

Explosives and Fire Investigation Truck

photo courtesy Chip Broshous



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