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Morale remains high during National Guard flood activationMorale remains high during National Guard flood activation
Morale remains high during National Guard flood activation

Children from the Children's Castle and East Side Day Care delivered bags of treats to Soldiers of the South Dakota National Guard filling sandbags at the Georgia Morse Middle School in Pierre, Friday, June 3, 2011. The children wanted to do something for the troops who have worked side-by-side with the Pierre community. More than 1,150 Soldiers and Airmen of the South Dakota National Guard are currently on duty to help South Dakota citizens during this historic flood event occurring along the Missouri River. (SDNG photo by Master Sgt. Christopher Stewart) (RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/5/2011

Morale remains high during National Guard flood activationMorale remains high during National Guard flood activation
Morale remains high during National Guard flood activation

Children from the Children's Castle and East Side Day Care delivered bags of treats to Soldiers of the South Dakota National Guard filling sandbags at the Georgia Morse Middle School in Pierre, Friday, June 3, 2011. The children wanted to do something for the troops who have worked side-by-side with the Pierre community. More than 1,150 Soldiers and Airmen of the South Dakota National Guard are currently on duty to help South Dakota citizens during this historic flood event occurring along the Missouri River. (SDNG photo by Master Sgt. Christopher Stewart) (RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/5/2011

Morale remains high during National Guard flood activationMorale remains high during National Guard flood activation
Morale remains high during National Guard flood activation

South Dakota Army National Guard Command Sgt. Maj. George Arends (right), serving with Task Force 147, checks on the morale of Specialist Derek Austin and his fellow troops from the 842nd Engineering Company working on sandbagging efforts, Friday, June 3, 2011. More than 1,150 Soldiers and Airmen of the South Dakota National Guard are currently on duty to help South Dakota citizens during this historic flood event occurring along the Missouri River. (SDNG photo by Master Sgt. Christopher Stewart) (RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/5/2011

Pierre Indian Learning Center Welcomes South  Dakota National GuardPierre Indian Learning Center Welcomes South  Dakota National Guard
Pierre Indian Learning Center Welcomes South Dakota National Guard

PIERRE, S.D. -- Master Sgt. Eric Wollan, right, from the 114th Fighter Wing Safety office, and Staff Sgt. Joe Wiskur, from the 114th Fighter Wing Aviation Resource Management office, browse the internet while off duty at the Pierre Indian Learning Center Internet Cafe Wednesday, June 1, 2011.The Center opened the campus for 650 Soldiers and Airmen who have been activated as part of flood relief efforts along the Missouri River. (SDNG photo by Capt. Michael Frye) (RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/3/2011

Pierre Indian Learning Center Welcomes South  Dakota National GuardPierre Indian Learning Center Welcomes South  Dakota National Guard
Pierre Indian Learning Center Welcomes South Dakota National Guard

PIERRE, S.D. -- Airmen from the South Dakota Air National Guard gather outside the Pierre Indian Learning Center as they prepare for their next shift filling sandbags and providing traffic control operations throughout the Pierre and Fort Pierre communities Tuesday, May 31, 2011. To date more than 300 Airmen from the South Dakota Air National Guard have been activated to assist with flood relief efforts along the Missouri River. (SDNG photo by Capt. Michael Frye) (RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/3/2011

Pierre Indian Learning Center Welcomes South  Dakota National GuardPierre Indian Learning Center Welcomes South  Dakota National Guard
Pierre Indian Learning Center Welcomes South Dakota National Guard

PIERRE, S.D. -- Soldiers and Airmen from the South Dakota National Guard visit during breakfast at the Pierre Indian Resource Center here Thursday, June 2, 2011. Pictured from left to right are Airmen First Class Todd Suurmeyer, Staff Sgt. James Reinhardt, Airman First Class Casey Schoellerman, and Cadet Peter Bendorf. Suurmeyer and Schoellerman are both crew chiefs with the South Dakota Air National Guard, while Reinhardt and Bendorf are both from the 1st/147th HHB. The Center opened the campus for 650 Soldiers and Airmen who have been activated as part of flood relief efforts along the Missouri River. (SDNG photo by Capt. Michael Frye) (RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/3/2011

South Dakota National Guard flood responseSouth Dakota National Guard flood response
South Dakota National Guard flood response

PIERRE, S.D. -- Tech. Sgt. Kevin Elder, a Crew Chief with the 114th Fighter Wing, assists Pierre resident Mark Barnett with another load of sandbags. More than 200 South Dakota Air National Guard Airmen were activated on May 30 as part of an effort to minimize flooding throughout the cities of Pierre and Ft. Pierre, S.D. More than 100 additional Airmen were activated on May 31 to Dakota Dunes, S.D., to assist with flood relief in that area of the state.(SDNG photo by Capt. Michael Frye, 114th Fighter Wing Public Affairs Officer) (RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/2/2011

South Dakota National Guard flood responseSouth Dakota National Guard flood response
South Dakota National Guard flood response

FT. PIERRE, S.D. -- Capt. Kevin Miller, Budget Officer for the 114th Financial Management Flight, works with Donna Brown-Glow, a Wood, S.D. and Ft. Pierre resident to fill sandbags late into the evening on May 31. Brown-Glow's home has not been threatened by the flooding, but feels it's important to help others throughout the state.(Photo by Capt. Michael Frye, 114th Fighter Wing Public Affairs Officer) (RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/2/2011

Residents, Soldiers, Airmen come together to provide Missouri River flood reliefResidents, Soldiers, Airmen come together to provide Missouri River flood relief
Residents, Soldiers, Airmen come together to provide Missouri River flood relief

PIERRE, S.D. -- Tech. Sgt. Eric Hoogendoorn (right) and Staff Sgt. Adam Groff, both from the 114th Fighter Wing Civil Engineers, help Pierre resident Deloren Krieger load sandbags into his vehicle. To date, more than 900 Soldiers and Airmen from the South Dakota National Guard have been called to support the flood fighting efforts along the Missouri River. (SDNG photo by Capt. Michael Frye, 114th Fighter Wing Public Affairs Officer) (RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/2/2011

Army and Air Guard work together to fight floodsArmy and Air Guard work together to fight floods
Army and Air Guard work together to fight floods

PIERRE, S.D. -- Maj. Laurie Tidemann, South Dakota Air National Guard Headquarters, works alongside Maj. Steve Volk and Capt. C.J. Willems, both of the Combat Service Support Battalion, at the South Dakota National Guard Mission desk in the Emergency Operations Center in Pierre. The Mission desk is manned to ensure any need for Soldiers and Airmen of the National Guard are tasked out on flood support missions and the vast coordination efforts communicated up the military chain of command. (SDNG photo by Capt. Michael Frye) (RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/1/2011

Army and Air Guard work together to fight floodsArmy and Air Guard work together to fight floods
Army and Air Guard work together to fight floods

FT. PIERRE, S.D. -- Master Sgt. Darin Gillen from the 114th Fighter Wing Maintenance Squadron and Specialist Kurtis Brown, 235th Military Police from the Army National Guard load sandbags into a Ft. Pierre Resident's vehicle. Soldiers and Airmen from the South Dakota National Guard have been activated for state duty in preparation for flooding along the Missouri River throughout the state. (SDNG photo by Capt. Michael Frye) (RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/1/2011

South Dakota National Guard prepare for floodsSouth Dakota National Guard prepare for floods
South Dakota National Guard prepare for floods

SIOUX FALLS, SD - Senior leaders of the 114th Fighter Wing gather to work out logistics of the activiation of over 200 members of the unit in support of flood relief operations in South Dakota on May 30. The state is preparing for anticipated flooding in the Pierre and Fort Pierre areas of the state and both the Army and Air National Guard in the state have been activated. (Air Force photo by Lt. Col. Reid Christopherson, RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/1/2011

    

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