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Site 14 was contaminated with harmful substances such as polychlorinated biphenyl and asbestos and is one of 80 sites officials at Andersen AIr Force Base, Guam, are required to restore by 2014. After the affected soil was removed, members of the 36th Civil Engineer Squadron sloped dirt around the original area and constructed a trench to divert storm water away from the site so as not to risk trace amounts of contaminated soil flowing over the edge of the cliff. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Robert Hicks)

PHOTO BY: Senior Airman Robert HicksReleased
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