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Sgt. Preston Steele attaches a towing chain to a partially submerged vehicle March 25 on a washed out portion of a gravel road a few miles west of Harwood, N.D., as Spc. Jeremy Kasperson gives directions from the rear for backing the truck. Steele and Kasperson are both in the 815th Engineer Company’s North Dakota National Guard quick response force (QRF) team that is being called to the scene by the Cass County Sherriff’s Department to assist with the vehicle recovery. The driver of the vehicle was able to get clear of the car and make his way through the freezing water to safety before help arrived. (DoD photo by Senior Master Sgt. David H. Lipp) (Released)
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Posted: 3/26/2010

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Sgt. Preston Steele and Spc. Jeremy Kasperson, both of the 815th Engineer Company, attach a towing chain to a partially submerged vehicle March 25 on a washed out portion of a gravel road a few miles west of Harwood, N.D. Steele and Kasperson are members of a North Dakota National Guard quick response force (QRF) team that is being called to the scene by the Cass County Sherriff’s Department to assist with the vehicle recovery. The driver of the vehicle was able to get clear of the car and make his way through the freezing water to safety before help arrived. (DoD photo by Senior Master Sgt. David H. Lipp) (Released)
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Posted: 3/26/2010

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Staff Sgt. Brent Johnson, of Argusville, N.D., who serves with the North Dakota National Guard’s 815th Engineer Company quick response force (QRF) team, visits with Cass County Sheriff Paul Laney as they arrive on the scene of a stranded automobile in a washed out section of rural roadway March 25, west of Harwood, N.D. The recovery of the car from the washout is cooperative effort between members of the North Dakota National Guard and the Cass County Sherriff’s Office operating out of a tactical operations center in West Fargo, N.D. The recovery was carried out by N.D. National Guard members of a quick response force (QRF) team staging out of the Harwood, N.D., Community Center. (DoD photo by Senior Master Sgt. David H. Lipp) (Released)
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Posted: 3/26/2010

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Senior Airman Nathanael Baardson, of the 119th Wing, uses a night-vision lens to videotape a pair of North Dakota National Guard quick response force (QRF) team members March 24 as they monitor floodwater along levees in Harwood, N.D. Baardson is a member of the N.D. National Guard public affairs team documenting the activities of the military flood mission for historical, internal Department of Defense briefings and civilian media relations purposes. (DoD photo by Senior Master Sgt. David H. Lipp) (Released)
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Posted: 3/25/2010

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Senior Airman Anthony Rezac, of the 119th Civil Engineer Squadron, (left) and Spc. Nick Strom, of the 815th Engineer Company (Wishek, N.D.), walk along an earthen levee using flashlights during the evening hours of March 24 in Harwood, N.D. The pair of North Dakota National Guard members are part of a quick reaction force (QRF) team staging out of the Harwood Community Center who take a turn monitoring the floodwater as residents sleep. The residents of Harwood are able to monitor the levees themselves during the daylight hours. The nighttime levee walking is one the remaining tasks for the QRF teams as much of the floodwater in the area begins to recede. (DoD photo by Senior Master Sgt. David H. Lipp) (Released)
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Posted: 3/25/2010

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Senior Airman Anthony Rezac, of the 119th Civil Engineer Squadron, (left) and Spc. Nick Strom, of the 815th Engineer Company (Wishek, N.D.), walk along an earthen levee using flashlights during the evening hours of March 24 in Harwood, N.D. The pair of North Dakota National Guard members are part of a quick reaction force (QRF) team staging out of the Harwood Community Center who take a turn monitoring the floodwater as residents sleep. The residents of Harwood are able to monitor the levees themselves during the daylight hours. The nighttime levee walking is one the remaining tasks for the QRF teams as much of the floodwater in the area begins to recede. (DoD photo by Senior Master Sgt. David H. Lipp) (Released)
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Posted: 3/25/2010

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Senior Airman Anthony Rezac, of the 119th Civil Engineer Squadron, (left) and Spc. Nick Strom, of the 815th Engineer Company (Wishek, N.D.), walk along an earthen levee using flashlights during the evening hours of March 24 in Harwood, N.D. The pair of North Dakota National Guard members are part of a quick reaction force (QRF) team staging out of the Harwood Community Center who take a turn monitoring the floodwater as residents sleep. The residents of Harwood are able to monitor the levees themselves during the daylight hours. The nighttime levee walking is one the remaining tasks for the QRF teams as much of the floodwater in the area begins to recede. (DoD photo by Senior Master Sgt. David H. Lipp) (Released)
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Posted: 3/25/2010

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Senior Airman Anthony Rezac, of the 119th Civil Engineer Squadron, (left) and Spc. Nick Strom, of the 815th Engineer Company (Wishek, N.D.), walk along an earthen levee using flashlights during the evening hours of March 24 in Harwood, N.D. The pair of North Dakota National Guard members are part of a quick reaction force (QRF) team staging out of the Harwood Community Center who take a turn monitoring the floodwater as residents sleep. The residents of Harwood are able to monitor the levees themselves during the daylight hours. The nighttime levee walking is one the remaining tasks for the QRF teams as much of the floodwater in the area begins to recede. (DoD photo by Senior Master Sgt. David H. Lipp) (Released)
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Posted: 3/25/2010

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Cass County Sherriff's Department Chief Deputy Jim Thoreson and members of the 815th Engineer Company help Mili Sherman down a ladder and out of a North Dakota National Guard quick response force (QRF) truck March 22, in rural Cass County. Thorson and the QRF team are assisting Sherman to temporarily vacate her home because the rising over-land flood water covering her access road has made it dangerous to drive in and out of her roadway.
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Posted: 3/23/2010

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Cass County Sherriff's Department Chief Deputy Jim Thoreson helps Mili Sherman up a ladder and into a North Dakota National Guard quick response force (QRF) truck March 22, in rural Cass County. Thorson and the QRF team are assisting Sherman to temporarily vacate her home because the rising over-land flood water covering her access road has made it dangerous to drive in and out of her roadway.
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Posted: 3/23/2010

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Sgt. Brian Steckler, of the 815th Engineer Company, jumps out of the back of a quick response force (QRF) truck March 22, as his QRF team responds to a request for assistance from the Cass County Sherriff's Dept. The QRF team is assisting an elderly rural resident to temporarily vacate her home because the rising flood water has left it inaccessible to automobile traffic.
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Posted: 3/23/2010

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A North Dakota National Guard quick response force (QRF) truck drives through over-land flood water that is covering a rural Cass County roadway March 22, as soldiers of the 815th Engineer Company respond to a request for help by the Cass County Sherriff's Dept. The soldiers are assisting an elderly rural resident to temporarily vacate her home because the rising flood water has left it inaccessible to automobile traffic.
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Posted: 3/23/2010

    

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