Near Frequente, one of the companies, Company C, discovered a series
of warehouses surrounded by barbed wire and chain-link fence. Inside
the warehouses were enough Soviet- and Cuban-supplied small arms
and military equipment to outfit six infantry battalions, far in excess of
Grenadian military needs.
One of the lingering issues from the invasion was what to do with
the captured Soviet equipment in the warehouses at Frequente. A small
sampling of the weapons was shipped by air for display at the United
Nations, but most of the materiel had to return by sealift.
... Tons of ammunition, weapons, and uniforms were loaded onto airplanes from 6 to 9 November by
engineers of Company C, 548th Engineer Battalion. Other equipment
and munitions were collected, inventoried, and loaded onto trucks and
helicopters for movement to the harbor, where the SS Dolly Thurman, a
cargo ship, awaited them.http://www.history.army.mil/html/boo...rgent_fury.pdf