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Alaska’s notoriously cold winters can be hazardous to people, vehicles, and even buildings if the heat goes out for long enough. 
Luckily, the 354th Civil Engineer Squadron’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning shop works tirelessly all year to ensure buildings have heat when the temperature starts to plummet.
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Alaska’s notoriously cold winters can be hazardous to people, vehicles, and even buildings if the heat goes out for long enough. 
Luckily, the 354th Civil Engineer Squadron’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning shop works tirelessly all year to ensure buildings have heat when the temperature starts to plummet.
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Alaska’s notoriously cold winters can be hazardous to people, vehicles, and even buildings if the heat goes out for long enough. 
Luckily, the 354th Civil Engineer Squadron’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning shop works tirelessly all year to ensure buildings have heat when the temperature starts to plummet.
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‘Dirt Boyz’ assist in F-35A testing
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‘Dirt Boyz’ assist in F-35A testing
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‘Dirt Boyz’ assist in F-35A testing
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‘Dirt Boyz’ assist in F-35A testing
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‘Dirt Boyz’ assist in F-35A testing
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354 CES Structures
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354 CES Structures
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354 CES Structures
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354 CES Structures
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354 CES Structures
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354 CES Structures
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U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Jacob Hull, a 354th Civil Engineer Squadron waste water plant operator, pours water into a vial Oct. 19, 2017, at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. Waste water can be hazardous to the environment, but once it is processed through the plant it becomes safe to release without the risk of causing harm. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Eric M. Fisher)
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