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From left to right, Spc Andrew Gustafson, Sgt. Adam Flegel, and Sgt. Craig Miller, all of the 815th Engineer Company, pass sandbags along a human sandbagging chain April 11 in Fargo, N.D. The Soldiers are members of a quick response force team dispatched to control water being discharged by a faulty storm sewer during flood fighting activities in the Red River Valley area along the North Dakota and Minnesota border. About 500 Guardsmen are currently conducting flood operations in North Dakota, with the vast majority in Cass County.
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Rural Cass County resident Roger Larsen, right, stands in flood water April 10, as he directs the placement of sandbags onto a flood barrier with quick response force members of the Lisbon, N.D.-based 815th Engineer Co., Det. 2, Spc. Sam Liebel, left, and Spc. Joshua Peterson. The Soldiers are members of a North Dakota National Guard quick response force team that has been sent to the rural home just west of West Fargo, N.D. by the Cass County tactical operations center. About 500 Guardsmen are currently conducting flood operations in North Dakota, with the vast majority in Cass County.
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Sgt. Nathan Bratlie, of the 815th Engineer Company, Det. 2, based in Lisbon, N.D., picks up sandbags in the rain to place them onto a temporary ring-dike flood levee around a rural home west of West Fargo, N.D., which is in a farmyard that is surrounded by miles of flood water. The Soldier is a members of a North Dakota National Guard quick response force team that has been sent to the rural home by the Cass County tactical operations center. About 500 Guardsmen are currently conducting flood operations in North Dakota, with the vast majority in Cass County.
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From right to left, Spc. Eric Wiederholt, Spc Joshua Lanzdorf, and Spc. Randy Birchfield, all of the 815th Engineer Company, Det. 2, based in Lisbon, N.D., carry sandbags in the rain, along a flood levee for placement in a flood barrier April 10, at a rural farmstead in Cass County, N.D. The Soldiers are members of a North Dakota National Guard quick response force team that has been sent to the rural home, which has been surrounded by miles of flood water, by the Cass County tactical operations center. About 500 Guardsmen are currently conducting flood operations in North Dakota, with the vast majority in Cass County.
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From right to left, Spc. Eric Wiederholt, Spc Joshua Lanzdorf, and Spc. Randy Birchfield, all of the 815th Engineer Company, Det. 2, based in Lisbon, N.D., carry sandbags in the rain, along a flood levee for placement in a flood barrier April 10, at a rural farmstead in Cass County, N.D. The Soldiers are members of a North Dakota National Guard quick response force team that has been sent to the rural home, which has been surrounded by miles of flood water, by the Cass County tactical operations center. About 500 Guardsmen are currently conducting flood operations in North Dakota, with the vast majority in Cass County.
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Spc. Eric Wiederholt sits among civilian flood fighting volunteers and soldiers April 10, as they ride through the rain in the back of a North Dakota National Guard dump truck in rural Cass County, N.D. The Soldiers from the Lisbon, N.D.-based 815th Engineer Company, Det. 2, are part of a North Dakota National Guard quick response force team that has been sent to rural, farmstead home, which has been surrounded by miles of flood water, by the Cass County tactical operations center. About 500 Guardsmen are currently conducting flood operations in North Dakota, with the vast majority in Cass County.
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Capt. Grant Larson, of the 119th Maintenance Squadron, left, and Tom Hall, a Cass County Sherriff's deputy, assist 87-year-old Orbert Tenold to his feet April 9, as Tenold is helped out of a Cass County Otter Team airboat near Harwood, N.D. A joint government agency team is evacuating Tenold from his home, at his request, as floodwater surrounds his residence, making it impossible for him to get out on his own. The team is an example of how agencies are working together to help others during the 2011 Red River Valley flood. As of Saturday April 9, about 480 N.D. Air and Army Guardsmen are conducting flood operations.
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Master Sgt. Eric Johnson, of the 119th Wing, wades into floodwater April 9 to record a joint government agency evacuation from the flooded rural home of Obert Tenold near Harwood, N.D. As of Saturday April 9, about 480 N.D. Air and Army Guardsmen are conducting flood operations.
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From left to right, Staff Sgt. Matthew Hebl and Staff Sgt. Luke Christians, both of the 815th Engineer Company, and Chris Denis, of the Cass County Sheriff's Department, wade into the home of World War II veteran Obert Tenold April 9, near Harwood, N.D. The three are initially checking to see how Tenold is doing, and later determined that Tenold would need assistance to evacuate his home. The Soldiers and deputy scrambled from the Harwood Community Center quick response force location to assist the elderly man. As of Saturday April 9, about 480 N.D. Air and Army Guardsmen are conducting flood operations.
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From right to left, Staff Sgt. Matthew Hebl, of the 815th Engineer Company, Lt. Col. Nathan Erstad, of the 119th Wing, and Capt. Grant Larson, of the 119th Maintenance Squadron, visit with Cass County Sherriff's deputies April 9 as they plan to check in on an elderly man trapped by floodwaters near Harwood, N.D. The Guardsmen are members of a North Dakota National Guard quick response force team, which was scrambled from the Harwood Community Center to assist Obert Tenold, 87, whose rural home was surrounded by the flowing water. As of Saturday April 9, about 480 N.D. Air and Army Guardsmen are conducting flood operations.
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Staff Sgt. Robert Benton, of the 119th Maintenance Squadron, checks a pump in the evening hours of April 8, so make sure that water is not pooling behind temporary flood barriers in a backyard of a residential home in Fargo, N.D. Benton is one of several North Dakota National Guard members monitoring temporary flood barriers for possible problem areas and is also watching for unauthorized people on, or near the levees. The North Dakota National Guard members are monitoring the flood protection levees on 12-hour shifts, 24-hours a day until the flood waters recede. As of Saturday April 9, appoximately 450 N.D. Air and Army Guardsman are on flood response for the 2011 flood fight.
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Staff Sgt. Robert Benton, of the 119th Maintenance Squadron, left, and Staff Sgt. Steven Kennedy, of the 219th Security Forces Squadron, shine flashlights on an earthen flood levee as they monitor for possible problem areas of the flood protection barrier April 8, near 40th Ave. south in Fargo, N.D. The North Dakota National Guard members are monitoring the flood protection levees on 12-hour shifts, 24-hours a day until the flood waters recede. As of Saturday April 9, appoximately 450 N.D. Air and Army Guardsman are on flood response for the 2011 flood fight.
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