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Members of the 166th Force Support Squadron assist more than 65 Air Force Individual Ready Reserve members reporting to an IRR muster May 18, 2019, at the 166th Airlift Wing, Del. The muster provided opportunities for IRR Airmen to update their personnel and medical information with the Air Reserve Personnel Center and learn the latest information on available benefits. (Courtesy photo)
Firefighters of the 166th Civil Engineer Squadron huddle prior to the kick-off of Operation Blue Skywalker, April 10, 2019 at Delaware National Guard Base, Del. The operation, a simulated airplane crash, was a full-scale drill required by the Federal Aviation Administration to be held every three years. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mr. Mitch Topal)
166th Airlift Wing Civil Engineer Squadron Firefighters carry a patient to a waiting ambulance during Operation Blue Skywalker at Delaware Air National Guard Base, Delaware, April 13, 2019. The firefighters were responding to the victims of a simulated airplane crash during a full-scale drill required by the Federal Aviation Administration every three years. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mr. Mitch Topal)
First response vehicles respond during Operation Blue Skywalker, April 10, 2019 at Delaware National Guard Base, Del. The 166th Civil Engineer Squadron Firefighters have an agreement with local authorities to assist in responding any time they are needed. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mr. Mitch Topal)
Wilmington manor Firefighters arrive on scene to assist the 166th Civil Engineer Squadron Firefighters during Operation Blue Skywalker, April 10, 2019 at Delaware National Guard Base, Del. Wilmington Manor is one of the local authorities holding a coordinated response agreement with the 166th Airlift Wing. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mr. Mitch Topal)
TSgt Cody Lytle directs firefighters from the 166th Civil Engineer Squadron during Operation Blue Skywalker, April 10, 2019 at Delaware National Guard Base, Del. Lytle took up position atop engine number 4 to get a birds-eye view of the scene. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mr. Mitch Topal)
First responders from the 166th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters apply a compression bandage to a crash victim during Operation Blue Skywalker, April 10, 2019 at Delaware National Guard Base, Del. 166th CES firefighters were first on scene at the mock disaster site. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mr. Mitch Topal)
166th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters ease a victim onto a rescue stretcher during Operation Blue Skywalker, April 10, 2019 at Delaware National Guard Base, Del. Crash victims were subsequently take to St. Francis medial Center. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mr. Mitch Topal)
166th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters pose for a group photo with Wilmington Manor Fire Company Director Bernie Nutter II prior to the start of Operation Blue Skywalker, April 10, 2019 at Delaware National Guard Base, Del. 166th CES firefighters worked in coordination with the Wilmington Manor Fire Company. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mr. Mitch Topal)
(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Crystal Housman)
(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Crystal Housman)
166th Airlift Wing emergency management Airmen use charcoal pads to "decontaminate" explosive ordnance technicians Staff Sgt. Dominic Buckmuse, center left, and Staff Sgt. Seth Kohn, center right, at the New Castle Air National Guard Base April 7. A team of three Airmen worked in tandem to practice decontaminating, sealing and transporting potentially hazardous materials. These practice munitions are not harmful, but Airmen still treat the situation as a realistic training environment. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Capt. Logan Clark)
166th Airlift Wing explosive ordnance disposal technician Staff Sgt. Dominic Buckmuse keeps close hold of a decontaminated and sealed exercise munition at the New Castle Air National Guard Base April 7. A team of three Airmen worked in tandem to practice decontaminating, sealing and transporting potentially hazardous materials. These practice munitions are not harmful. In addition to supporting active duty overseas missions, the 166th EOD Flight supports several local counties. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Capt. Logan Clark)
166th Airlift Wing explosive ordnance team leader Staff Sgt. Seth Kohn, left, helps remove the overboot for Staff Sgt. Dominic Buckmuse, right, at the New Castle Air National Guard Base April 7. EOD Airmen work in pairs to decontaminate clothing, as it reduces the chances of contaminating surfaces not exposed to a chemical or biological agent. These practice munitions are not harmful, but Airmen still treat the situation as a realistic training environment. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Capt. Logan Clark)
166th Airlift Wing explosive ordnance disposal technician Staff Sgt. Dominic Buckmuse, left, and team leader Staff Sgt. Seth Kohn work to identify an exercise munition at the New Castle Air National Guard Base April 7. A team of three Airmen worked in tandem to practice decontaminating, sealing and transporting potentially hazardous materials. In addition to supporting active duty overseas missions, the 166th EOD Flight supports several local counties. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Capt. Logan Clark)
166th Airlift Wing explosive ordnance technician Staff Sgt. Dominic Buckmuse, left, helps remove the protective overcoat of team leader Staff Sgt. Seth Kohn, right, while practicing decontamination procedures at the New Castle Air National Guard Base April 7. EOD Airmen work in pairs to decontaminate clothing, as it reduces the chances of contaminating surfaces not exposed to a chemical or biological agent. These practice munitions are not harmful, but Airmen still treat the situation as a realistic training environment. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Capt. Logan Clark)
166th Airlift Wing explosive ordnance technician Staff Sgt. Dominic Buckmuse, right, tosses aside chemical sealing tape as he and Staff Sgt. Seth Kohn begin to remove their "contaminated" chemical gear at the New Castle Air National Guard Base, April 7, 2019. Emergency management Airmen helped a team of three EOD Airmen "decontaminate" their clothing after an exercise to practice decontaminating, sealing and transporting potentially hazardous materials. These practice munitions are not harmful, but Airmen still treat the situation as a realistic training environment. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Capt. Logan Clark)
166th Airlift Wing explosive ordnance disposal team leader Staff Sgt. Seth Kohn, left, and technician Staff Sgt. Dominic Buckmuse, right, seal a suspected "leaking" exercise munition at the New Castle Air National Guard Base April 7. A team of three Airmen worked in tandem to practice decontaminating, sealing and transporting potentially hazardous materials. In addition to supporting active duty overseas missions, the 166th EOD Flight supports several local counties. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Capt. Logan Clark)
166th Airlift Wing explosive ordnance team leader Staff Sgt. Seth Kohn, left, helps remove the protective pants of technician Staff Sgt. Dominic Buckmuse, right, while practicing decontamination procedures at the New Castle Air National Guard Base April 7. EOD Airmen work in pairs to decontaminate clothing, as it reduces the chances of contaminating surfaces not exposed to a chemical or biological agent. These practice munitions are not harmful, but Airmen still treat the situation as a realistic training environment. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Capt. Logan Clark)
U.S. Air Force Col. Carla Riner, the new wing commander for the 166th Airlift Wing, salutes Assistant Adjutant General for the Delaware Air National Guard Brig. Gen. Wendy Wenke after assuming command April 6, 2019 at the Delaware Air National Guard Base, Del. Riner's previous assignment was with the West Virginia National Guard, and is the first female wing commander for the 166th AW. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Nathan Bright)

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