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Airmen Provide Communications for Flood Victims

PRATTSVILLE, N.Y. -- New York Air National Guard airmen of the 174th Fighter Wing JISCC Team install an antenna mount near the Emergency Operations Center in Prattsville, N.Y. to provide a communications infrastructure to first responders and flood victims in the area. The Airmen are, standing, from left: Tech. Sgt. Brian Matthews, Senior Master Sgt. Greg Baird and Staff Sgt. Michael McRobbie. Staff Sgt. Jim Tarby and Staff Sgt. Jason Hanavan are on the far right, near the base of the mount.

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