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Director of Staff briefs unit membersDirector of Staff briefs unit members
Director of Staff briefs unit members

PIERRE, S.D. - Col. Russ Limke, Director of Staff for the South Dakota Air National Guard, Joint Force Headquarters, visits with airmen at the Pierre Indian Learning Center prior to shift change here June 4. Airmen from the 114th Fighter Wing were activated to assist with sandbagging, levee patrol and other security operations. Nearly 1,300 South Dakota National Guardsmen have been called to perform various flood response duties throughout the state in this historic flooding event. They continue to work side by side with local, state and federal agencies to help South Dakotans in their time of need. (SDNG photo by Capt. Michael Frye) (RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/10/2011

South Dakota Air National Guard heads to floodsSouth Dakota Air National Guard heads to floods
South Dakota Air National Guard heads to floods

PIERRE, S.D. -- Airmen and Soldiers from the South Dakota National Guard prepare for their next shift during flood fighting efforts in Pierre and Ft. Pierre, S.D. More than 900 Soldiers and Airmen from the South Dakota National Guard are now supporting flooding efforts along the Missouri River throughout South Dakota. (SDNG photo by Capt. Michael Frye) (RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/10/2011

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114th Fighter Wing mission evolving

DAKOTA DUNES, S.D. - A wall unlike any other. Airmen from the 114th Fighter Wing, Sioux Falls SD, finish a section of levee in the Bay Hill area of Dakota Dunes June 5. The levees that Soldiers and Airmen have built with the joint effort of civilian contractors, civilian volunteers and several local, state and federal agencies, will require security and patrolling efforts. The 114th Fighter wing has been tasked with levee patrol and perform 24/7 patrols of the 3.8 mile stretch of levee along the shores of the Missouri River. (SDNG photo by Tech. Sgt. Quinton Young)(RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/10/2011

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114th Fighter Wing mission evolving

DAKOTA DUNES, S.D. - Lt. Col. Brandon Eskam, 114th Fighter Wing, briefs unit personnel in a classroom at the University of South Dakota campus in Vermillion, S.D. June 5. Eskam discusses their recent change in missions at the flooding support along the Missouri River. The 114th will be finishing its sandbagging mission June 6 and beginning its new levee patrol mission on Tuesday, June 7. The Airmen will be assisted with Soldiers from the South Dakota Army National Guard to complete their new mission. (SDNG photo by Tech. Sgt. Quinton Young)(RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/9/2011

Role of activated Soldiers, Airmen changingRole of activated Soldiers, Airmen changing
Role of activated Soldiers, Airmen changing

FT. PIERRE, S.D. - Tech. Sgt. Sean Gilstorf, 114th Fighter Wing is on his first day of levee patrol in Fort Pierre June 4 transitioning to new duties after four days of filling sandbags. Although Soldiers and Airmen are being re-tasked for different missions, sandbagging efforts still continue in the Pierre, Fort Pierre and Dakota Dunes areas. Currently, nearly 1,300 South Dakota Air and Army National Guard members are performing flood operations support throughout the state during this historic Missouri River flooding event. (SDNG photo by Master Sgt. Christopher Stewart) (RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/9/2011

Cooperation guides transition from levee construction to oversightCooperation guides transition from levee construction to oversight
Cooperation guides transition from levee construction to oversight

PIERRE, S.D. - Airman 1st Class Jeremy Nelson, 114th Fighter Wing Security Forces Squadron, Sioux Falls, S.D., radios in a status report on the causeway connecting Pierre, S.D. and Laframboise Island while searching for degradation in the structure and any unauthorized visitors June 3, 2011. More than 1,000 Soldiers and Airmen remain on state active duty providing flood relief efforts along the Missouri River. (SDNG photo by Master Sgt. Christopher Stewart) (RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/9/2011

Cooperation guides transition from levee construction to oversight   Cooperation guides transition from levee construction to oversight
Cooperation guides transition from levee construction to oversight

FORT PIERRE, S.D. - South Dakota Air National Guard Tech. Sgt Kodi Ingle, native of Chamberlain, a weather technician with the 114th Fighter Wing, monitors the Fort Pierre berm with Airmen 1st Class Spencer Daniels, native of Canton, a hydraulics technician with the 114th FW June 6, 2011. In addition to maintaining levee security, personnel and equipment are in place to provide quick reaction forces for levee reinforcement if needed. Water levels continue to rise along the Missouri River as the Oahe Dam releases a historic 150 thousand cubic feet per second out of its gates today. (SDNG photo by Spc. Manda Walters)(RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/9/2011

Thoughtfulness comes from tiny handsThoughtfulness comes from tiny hands
Thoughtfulness comes from tiny hands

Members of the South Dakota Air National Guard are photographed with children from the Open Arms Christian Child Care Center at Joe Foss Field June 7. The children visited the base to distribute care package they put together for the deployed members of the unit. (Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Nancy Ausland)(RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/9/2011

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Thoughtfulness comes from tiny hands

Master Sgt. Thomas Mitchell, 114th Maintenance Squadron, recieves a care package from Rowan Alberts at Joe Foss Field, S.D. June 7. Rowan and other children from the Open Arms Christian Child Center visited the base to distribute care packages they put together for deployed members. (Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Nancy Ausland)(RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/9/2011

SD National Guard Adjutant General visits Airmen, Soldiers on flood dutySD National Guard Adjutant General visits Airmen, Soldiers on flood duty
SD National Guard Adjutant General visits Airmen, Soldiers on flood duty

PIERRE, S.D. -- Maj. Gen. Tim Reisch, adjutant general of the South Dakota National Guard, takes a moment to thank Senior Airman Sarah Callies, 114th Fighter Wing Intelligence, and Staff Sgt. Kevin Callies, 114th Fighter Wing Communications Flight, at the Ft. Pierre Expo Center May 31, 2011. Both Sarah and Kevin, siblings within the 114th Fighter Wing, volunteered for state active duty to assist with flood relief. 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) (RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/9/2011

National Guard continues levee construction, working with community in Dakota DunesNational Guard continues levee construction, working with community in Dakota Dunes
National Guard continues levee construction, working with community in Dakota Dunes

DAKOTA DUNES, S.D. - Lt. Col. Brandon Eskam, 114th Fighter Wing, Sioux Falls, uses a two-way radio to guide an Army National Guard UH-60 Helicopter hauling 2,500 pound sandbags in Dakota Dunes, Thursday, June 2, 2011. The large sandbags will help strengthen the levee at Division D of the Dakota Dunes levee project. Soldiers and Airmen are working around the clock in this historic flooding event and continue to work side by side with local, state and federal agencies and volunteers to provide flooding assistance to the citizens of South Dakota. (SDNG photo by Tech. Sgt. Quinton Young)(RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/5/2011

National Guard continues levee construction, working with community in Dakota DunesNational Guard continues levee construction, working with community in Dakota Dunes
National Guard continues levee construction, working with community in Dakota Dunes

DAKOTA DUNES, S.D. - South Dakota Army National Guard Soldiers from the 153rd Forward Support Company of Parkston work with a conveyor belt filling 2,500 pound sandbags. The sandbags will be air lifted into difficult-to-reach areas of the levee being constructed along the Missouri River in the Dakota Dunes area, Thursday, June 2, 2011. Soldiers and Airmen are working around the clock in this historic flooding event and continue to work side by side with local, state and federal agencies to provide flooding assistance to the citizens of South Dakota. (SDNG photo by Tech. Sgt. Quinton Young)(RELEASED)
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Posted: 6/5/2011

    

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