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Alaska Air Guard members get to work in Australia

H.E. HOLT NAVAL COMMUNICATION STATION, Australia – Staff Sgt. Kelli Naramore, operations manager for the Alaska Air National Guard’s 176th Civil Engineer Squadron, uses an oxyacetylene torch to cut a hole in a girder here May 6, 2014. Thirty-four Alaska Air Guard members, most from the 176th CES, deployed for two weeks to this tiny outpost at the far western tip of Australia to help build a space radar facility to be jointly operated by Australia and the United States. U.S. Air National Guard photo by Capt. John Callahan/ Released.

PHOTO BY: Capt. John Callahan Released.
VIRIN: 140506-F-NW557-081.JPG
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