166th Civil Engineer Squadron in Canada near the North Pole

Airmen of the 166th Civil Engineer Squadron, Del. Air National Guard at Canadian Forces Station Alert July 25, 2011 for a two-week training mission. Constructing an inside HAZMAT facility and a C-Span building are Tech. Sgt. Mike Caldwell, First Sgt. Master Sgt Glenn Davis, Tech. Sgt. Jessica Griffith, Corporal Chabot of the Canadian Air Force, Senior Master Sgt. Lorne Peterson, Chief Master Sgt. Ron Marandola, Master Sgt. Al Fidance and Master Sgt. Greg Scott. CFS Alert, on the northeastern tip of Ellesmere Island in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, is the northernmost permanently inhabited place nearest the North Pole, 817 kilometers (508 miles) away. The 166th CES Prime Base Engineer Emergency Force personnel deploy anywhere in the world. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jessica Griffith)

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