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Water collects around a 91st Missile Wing launch facility in northern N.D., March 29, 2016. After accessing the site, electromechanical team technicians measured water levels and determined where to move the excess water. (U.S Air Force photo/Senior Airman J.T. Armstrong) Flood Mud: saving assets from rising waters
Airmen from across the 91st Missile Wing worked together to drain flood-water from critical areas in the North Dakota missile complex.The flood control effort, often referred to as the “flood mud,” is an annual wing-wide undertaking to relocate snow, mud and water away from 91st MW launch facilities.“Teams are in the field performing surveys and
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Members of U.S. Strategic Command stand in front of their U.S. Navy E6-B Mercury at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., Sept 19, 2016. The crew operates as the Airborne Command Post, having the ability to command and control U.S. STRATCOM’s Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class J.T. Armstrong) Looking Glass: USSTRATCOM's Airborne Command Post
A U.S. Navy E6-B Mercury visited Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, Sept. 19-21, 2016. The visit allowed members of Team Minot to tour the inside of the Airborne Command Post (ABNCP) and learn about how it supports U.S. Strategic Command’s mission.In addition to the tour, the aircraft and its mission, historically codenamed Looking Glass, came to
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