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157th Civil Engineering Squadron Loads Up For Virgin Islands Deployment

Air National Guard Airman from the 142nd Air Lift Squadron, New Castle, Delaware, guide equipment from the Disaster Relief Bed Down Kit (DRBS) onto a C-130 Hercules aircraft for deployment to the Virgin Islands as part of the Irma Relief effort. The DRBS kit is one of two kits stored here at Pease Air National Guard Base.  (N.H. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Johnson)

Air National Guard Airman from the 142nd Air Lift Squadron, New Castle, Delaware, guide equipment from the Disaster Relief Bed Down Kit (DRBS) onto a C-130 Hercules aircraft for deployment to the Virgin Islands as part of the Irma Relief effort. The DRBS kit is one of two kits stored here at Pease Air National Guard Base. (N.H. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Johnson)

SrA Alyssa Rosenberg, ramp services representative, 157th Air Refueling Wing, operates a K loader as Master Sgt. Micky Dixon, Load Master, 142nd Air Lift Squadron, New Castle, Delaware, guides equipment from the Disaster Relief Bed Down Kit (DRBS) onto a C-130 Hercules aircraft for deployment to the Virgin Islands as part of the Irma Relief effort. The DRBS kit is one of two kits stored here at Pease Air National Guard Base.  (N.H. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Johnson)

SrA Alyssa Rosenberg, ramp services representative, 157th Air Refueling Wing, operates a K loader as Master Sgt. Micky Dixon, Load Master, 142nd Air Lift Squadron, New Castle, Delaware, guides equipment from the Disaster Relief Bed Down Kit (DRBS) onto a C-130 Hercules aircraft for deployment to the Virgin Islands as part of the Irma Relief effort. The DRBS kit is one of two kits stored here at Pease Air National Guard Base. (N.H. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Johnson)

TSgt Andrew Norton, air transportation specialist, 157th Logistic Readiness Squadron, and Master Sgt. Mickey Dixon, Load Master, 142nd Air Lift Squadron, New Castle, Delaware discuss payload information prior to loading a Disaster Relief Bed Down Kit (DRBS) onto a C-130 Hercules Aircraft for deployment to the Virgin Islands in response to the Irma relief effort at Pease Air National Guard Base.  (N.H. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Johnson)

TSgt Andrew Norton, air transportation specialist, 157th Logistic Readiness Squadron, and Master Sgt. Mickey Dixon, Load Master, 142nd Air Lift Squadron, New Castle, Delaware discuss payload information prior to loading a Disaster Relief Bed Down Kit (DRBS) onto a C-130 Hercules Aircraft for deployment to the Virgin Islands in response to the Irma relief effort at Pease Air National Guard Base. (N.H. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Johnson)

Air National Guardsman from the 157th Air Refueling Wing guide equipment from the Disaster Relief Bed Down Kit (DRBS) onto a C-130 Hercules aircraft from the 187th Airlift Squadron, Cheyenne Air National Guard Base, Wyoming for deployment to the Virgin Islands as part of the Irma Relief effort. The DRBS kit is one of two kits stored here at Pease Air National Guard Base.  (N.H. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Johnson)

Air National Guardsmen from the 157th Air Refueling Wing guide equipment from the Disaster Relief Bed Down Kit (DRBS) onto a C-130 Hercules aircraft from the 187th Airlift Squadron, Cheyenne Air National Guard Base, Wyoming for deployment to the Virgin Islands as part of the Irma Relief effort. The DRBS kit is one of two kits stored here at Pease Air National Guard Base. (N.H. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Johnson)

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Taylor Grover, Loadmaster, 183rd Airlift Wing Mississippi Air National Guard, Staff Sgt. Andrew Norton , air transportation specialist, 157th Logistic Readiness Squadron, New Hampshire ANG, Staff Sgt. Ryan Olszewski , air transportation journeyman, N.H. ANG and Master Sgt. Brandon Moseley, Loadmaster, 183rd Airlift Wing, MS, ANG, load cargo onto a C-17A Globemaster. The cargo is part of the Disaster Relief Bed Down Kit (DRBS) deploying from Pease ANGB. to the Virgin Islands in support of the Irma relief effort.  The DRBS kit is one of two kits stored here at Pease Air National Guard Base.  (N.H. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Johnson)

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Taylor Grover, Loadmaster, 183rd Airlift Wing Mississippi Air National Guard, Staff Sgt. Andrew Norton , air transportation specialist, 157th Logistic Readiness Squadron, New Hampshire ANG, Staff Sgt. Ryan Olszewski , air transportation journeyman, N.H. ANG and Master Sgt. Brandon Moseley, Loadmaster, 183rd Airlift Wing, MS, ANG, load cargo onto a C-17A Globemaster. The cargo is part of the Disaster Relief Bed Down Kit (DRBS) deploying from Pease ANGB. to the Virgin Islands in support of the Irma relief effort. The DRBS kit is one of two kits stored here at Pease Air National Guard Base. (N.H. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Johnson)

U.S.  Air Force Staff Sgt. Travis Albee, Air Transportation Craftsman, 157th Logistics Readiness Squadron, New Hampshire Air National Guard, operates a skid steer as Master Sgt. Brian Hamilton, Loadmaster, 183rd Airlift Wing, Mississippi Air National Guard, guides him onto a C-17A Globemaster. The skid steer is part of the Disaster Relief Bed Down Kit (DRBS) deploying from Pease ANGB. to the Virgin Islands in support of the Irma relief effort.  The DRBS kit is one of two kits stored here at Pease Air National Guard Base.  (N.H. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Johnson)

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Travis Albee, Air Transportation Craftsman, 157th Logistics Readiness Squadron, New Hampshire Air National Guard, operates a skid steer as Master Sgt. Brian Hamilton, Loadmaster, 183rd Airlift Wing, Mississippi Air National Guard, guides him onto a C-17A Globemaster. The skid steer is part of the Disaster Relief Bed Down Kit (DRBS) deploying from Pease ANGB. to the Virgin Islands in support of the Irma relief effort. The DRBS kit is one of two kits stored here at Pease Air National Guard Base. (N.H. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Johnson)

U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Brandon Moseley, Loadmaster, 183rd Airlift Wing, Mississippi Air National Guard, guides a front end loader driven by Staff Sgt. Jose Pagan, air transportation craftsman, New Hampshire Air National Guard up a cargo ramp of a C-17A Globemaster. The Light Cart is part of the Disaster Relief Bed Down Kit (DRBS) deploying from Pease ANGB. to the Virgin Islands in support of the Irma relief effort.  The DRBS kit is one of two kits stored here at Pease Air National Guard Base.  (N.H. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Johnson)

U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Brandon Moseley, Loadmaster, 183rd Airlift Wing, Mississippi Air National Guard, guides a front end loader driven by Staff Sgt. Jose Pagan, air transportation craftsman, New Hampshire Air National Guard up a cargo ramp of a C-17A Globemaster. The Light Cart is part of the Disaster Relief Bed Down Kit (DRBS) deploying from Pease ANGB. to the Virgin Islands in support of the Irma relief effort. The DRBS kit is one of two kits stored here at Pease Air National Guard Base. (N.H. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Johnson)

Pease Air National Guard Base, N.H. -- Air National Guard Airman from the 142nd Air Lift Squadron, New Castle, Delaware, guide equipment from the Disaster Relief Bed Down Kit (DRBS) onto a C-130 Hercules aircraft for deployment to the Virgin Islands as part of the Irma Relief effort. The DRBS kit is one of two kits stored here at Pease Air National Guard Base. (N.H. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. Thomas Johnson)
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