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Timothy Morgan, state environmental supervisor at Camp

Timothy Morgan, state environmental supervisor at Camp

Timothy Morgan, state environmental supervisor at Camp James A. Garfield Joint Military Training Center, measures a deer harvested during a controlled hunt Oct. 10, 2020, near Newton Falls, Ohio. The Ohio Natio... More

U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Bart S. Ridings, fire protection

U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Bart S. Ridings, fire protection

U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Bart S. Ridings, fire protection specialist with the 182nd Civil Engineer Squadron, Illinois Air National Guard, ignites a pool of jet fuel during a controlled-burn demonstration at W... More

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer Squadron, Illinois Air National Guard, perform their tradition of raising their hands to the jet fuel fire before extinguishing it during a controlled b... More

U.S. Air Force, Illinois Air National Guard, 182 fire

U.S. Air Force, Illinois Air National Guard, 182 fire

U.S. Air Force, Illinois Air National Guard, 182 fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer Squadron, Illinois Air National Guard, demonstrate how they extinguish jet fuel fires during a controll... More

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer Squadron, Illinois Air National Guard, demonstrate how they extinguish jet fuel fires during a controlled burn at Wingman and Family Day at the 182nd Ai... More

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer Squadron, Illinois Air National Guard, demonstrate how they extinguish jet fuel fires during a controlled burn at Wingman and Family Day at the 182nd Ai... More

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer Squadron, Illinois Air National Guard, demonstrate how they extinguish jet fuel fires during a controlled burn at Wingman and Family Day at the 182nd Ai... More

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer Squadron, Illinois Air National Guard, demonstrate how they extinguish jet fuel fires during a controlled burn at Wingman and Family Day at the 182nd Ai... More

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer

Fire protection specialists with the 182nd Civil Engineer Squadron, Illinois Air National Guard, demonstrate how they extinguish jet fuel fires during a controlled burn at Wingman and Family Day at the 182nd Ai... More

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