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Flying Yankees ready for the storm

Senior Airman Christopher Cangemi, 103rd Civil Engineer Squadron, practices maneuvering one of two new Kabota skid steer machines that the squadron can use if called to clear roads and grounds in the aftermath of a natural disaster or major weather event on Feb. 12, 2014. Despite their current high state of readiness and their proven track record of storm recovery service to the state and community, the unit will soon conduct a three-day course to train additional volunteers from other units of the Connecticut Air National Guard to increase the available pool of skilled team members for recovery operations in the event of a natural disaster, on or off base. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Erin McNamara)

PHOTO BY: Master Sgt. Erin McNamara
VIRIN: 140212-Z-WM529-010.JPG
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