Mapping the approach

COAST GUARD AIR STATION BORINQUEN, Puerto Rico -- Holding a map to the air station, Chief Master Sgt. Roger Miller, the senior NCO of the Alaska Air National Guard's 176th Civil Engineer Squadron, points out project locations to Lt. Col. Ed Soto, the squadron's commander. A group of 45 squadron members spent two weeks here in early February to train and sharpen their skills on a wide range of infrastructure projects, upgrades and renovations. The squadron undertakes such a mission -- called a Deployment for Training, or DFT -- every year or two. Recent DFTs have taken the squadron's men and women to Israel, Southern California, Hawaii, Ecuador, Okinawa, Minnesota and Texas. AKANG photo by 1st. Lt. John Callahan.

PHOTO BY: st. Lt. John Callahan.
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