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Air Guardsmen reconnect subdivisions in Panama City

National Guard reconnect subdivisions in Panama City, Florida

Florida Guardsmen from the 202nd REDHORSE push, pull and saw their way through nearly a football field of fallen forest on Oct. 16, 2018 near Hiland Park in Panama City, Florida. The trees had prevented any travel down Baldwin Road following the 130 knot winds Hurricane Michael brought to the panhandle.

National Guard reconnect subdivisions in Panama City, Florida

U.S. Airmen with the 202nd Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operational Repair Squadron Engineer (RED HORSE), Florida Air National Guard, push, pull and saw their way through nearly a football field of fallen forest Oct. 16, 2018, near Hiland Park in Panama City, Florida. The trees had prevented any travel down Baldwin Road following the 130 knot winds Hurricane Michael brought to the panhandle. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. William Buchanan)

National Guard reconnect subdivisions in Panama City, Florida

Staff Sgt. Anthony Palermiti, water and fuel systems maintenance with the 202nd REDHORSE, shortens a log on Oct. 16, 2018 in Panama City, Florida. Stanley and the rest of the Airmen of the 202nd pushed, pulled and sawed their way through nearly a football field of fallen forest near Hiland Park in Panama City. The trees had prevented any travel down Baldwin Road following the 130 knot winds Hurricane Michael brought to the panhandle.

National Guard reconnect subdivisions in Panama City, Florida

Florida Guardsmen from the 202nd REDHORSE push, pull and saw their way through nearly a football field of fallen forest on Oct. 16, 2018 near Hiland Park in Panama City, Florida. The trees had prevented any travel down Baldwin Road following the 130 knot winds Hurricane Michael brought to the panhandle.

National Guard reconnect subdivisions in Panama City, Florida

Senior Airman Leone Stanley, water and fuel systems maintenance with the 202nd REDHORSE, shortens a log on Oct. 16, 2018 in Panama City, Florida. Stanley and the rest of the Airmen of the 202nd pushed, pulled and sawed their way through nearly a football field of fallen forest near Hiland Park in Panama City. The trees had prevented any travel down Baldwin Road following the 130 knot winds Hurricane Michael brought to the panhandle.

National Guard reconnect subdivisions in Panama City, Florida

Florida Guardsmen from the 202nd REDHORSE push, pull and saw their way through nearly a football field of fallen forest on Oct. 16, 2018 near Hiland Park in Panama City, Florida. The trees had prevented any travel down Baldwin Road following the 130 knot winds Hurricane Michael brought to the panhandle.

National Guard reconnect subdivisions in Panama City, Florida

Florida Guardsmen from the 202nd REDHORSE push, pull and saw their way through nearly a football field of fallen forest on Oct. 16, 2018 near Hiland Park in Panama City, Florida. The trees had prevented any travel down Baldwin Road following the 130 knot winds Hurricane Michael brought to the panhandle.

National Guard reconnect subdivisions in Panama City, Florida

Florida Guardsmen from the 202nd REDHORSE push, pull and saw their way through nearly a football field of fallen forest on Oct. 16, 2018 near Hiland Park in Panama City, Florida. The trees had prevented any travel down Baldwin Road following the 130 knot winds Hurricane Michael brought to the panhandle.

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