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Airman 1st Class Oliver Guerrero (front left) hands a box of donated items to Tech. Sgt. Nicky Ford as Lt. Col. Gary Califf (far left) directs volunteers April 5 near Manta, Ecuador. Air National Guard members from the 186th Air Refueling Wing from Meridian, Miss., who are deployed to Ecuador donated a truckload of donations to the burn center at Rodriguez Zambrano Hospital. Airman Guerrero works force protection for 478th Expeditionary Operations Squadron. Sergeant Ford is a 478th EOS chaplain assistant and Colonel Califf is a 478th EOS chaplain. (U.S. Air Force photo)
Manta Airmen donate much needed supplies to burn center
Volunteers from the 478th Expeditionary Operations Squadron here recently donated a truckful of items to a local burn center. The items were collected by members of the Air National Guard's 186th Air Refueling Wing based in Meridian, Miss., who are assigned to the 478th EOS during their two-month deployment to Manta. When members of the Meridian
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Lt. Col. Tim Howell operates a console aboard an RC-26 aircraft specifically designed for viewing and transmitting high-quality video and still imagery to military and civilian operations centers in real-time.  Colonel Howell is a mission system operator from the 186th Air Refueling Wing in Meridian, Miss. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Daniel Richardson) Guard units provide real-time video of flood damaged areas
Flying at 8,000 feet above flood ravaged Wisconsin, members of the Wisconsin Air National Guard with assistance from Air Guard units from Arkansas and Mississippi provided emergency management officials with "eyes in the sky" to help with disaster relief efforts. Recent heavy rains have left Wisconsin rivers and lakes swollen and in many cases the
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