116th Air Control Wing, 116th Civil Engineering, Ga. Air National Guard

U.S. Air Force civil engineers from the 116th Civil Engineer Squadron, Georgia Air National Guard, erect a small shelter system, or Triple S, at Camp William Hinds Boy Scout Camp, Raymond, Maine, April 20, 2015. The squadron, from Robins Air Force Base, Ga., spent two weeks at the camp as part of the Innovative Readiness Training program where they are the lead unit that kicked off a project to construct a new dining facility for the Boy Scout camp. The two week deployment provided the opportunity for the squadron to get real-world training similar to the way they will be deploying in the future. The Airmen set up nine tents, installed an entire electrical grid, renovated electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems on two shower shave trailers, and worked with the duration staff to ensure materials and equipment are on site to continue the mission for future rotations

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