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The Black Fat-tailed scorpion, one of the most dangerous scorpions on earth, has had its stinger removed to insure it is no longer a threat. Managing pests, keeping the mission going
The goal for pest management and entomology is to keep the bases insect, rodent and feral animal population at a manageable level, Argo said. To do this they use a variety of control measures, everything from setting up traps for feral animals, the use of rodenticides and pesticides to utilizing local animals.
0 11/06
2017
Airmen from the 386th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron Fire Department prepare to enter a live fire training facility at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia, Oct. 20, 2017. The live fire training comes at the heels of National Fire Prevention week, which encouraged people to have multiple plans of escape in case of an emergency. (Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. William Banton) 386th ECES Fire Fighters play hard, train hard
The 386th ECES Fire Department is conducting its annual live fire training. The training is designed to expose Airmen to active fires in a controlled environment.
0 10/19
2017
170908-F-ZI207-0123.JPG Civil engineers make critical runway repairs, keep missions moving
Maintaining an airfield is never an easy task, especially when it’s one of the busiest in the U.S. Air Forces Central Command area of responsibility. Responsible for making critical runway repairs, the 386th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron’s heavy equipment operator team ensures that the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing’s airfield is operational and ready for all takeoffs and landings in support of Operation Inherent Resolve.
0 9/19
2017
Staff Sgt. Michael Weixlmann, a power production specialist assigned to the 386th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron, (left) conducts and inspection on a mobile aircraft arresting system at an undisclosed location in southwest Asia, June 24, 2017. A visual inspection is performed on these units daily. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Master Sgt. Eric M. Sharman) Arresting cable mission stands ready to save lives
The Airmen in the 386th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron power production shop are unsung heroes. Nobody thinks about the constant, never-ending generator mission until the grid power goes down. The fleet of light carts is overlooked until night operations occur. The arresting cable mission requires routine maintenance and daily inspection. If this particular asset has to be used, it can save a life.
0 7/03
2017
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