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5th Civil Engineering Squadron Airmen participate in survival training.

Airmen from the 5th Civil Engineering Squadron prepare potable water for a training event June 15, 2023 at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota. The Airmen split into six groups and had to navigate using a map and compass to locate different stations across the designated training area. At these stations, they learned skills such as fire building, shelter building, filtering water, and catching and cooking wild game, in order to prepare themselves better for Agile Combat Employment deployments. (Courtesy photo.)

PHOTO BY: Senior Airman Caleb S. Kimmell
VIRIN: 230630-F-XM048-1004.JPG
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