The 355th Civil Engineer Squadron helped clean up the base after a massive monsoon hit July 15, here in Tucson. The 355th CES cleaned collapsed trees from the base and helped restore power.
High voltage insulators from broken electric poles lie on the ground as electrical technicians from Tucson Electric Power remove parts from the broken poles here July 18. The broken lines were removed from the base two to three days after the monsoon.
Tucson Electric Power electricians move a broken pole lying on a fence between AMARG and the base clinic here, July 18. Tucson Electric Power expects to have all the construction done within a month.
Tucson Electric Power technicians remove pieces from a broken electrical pole here July 19.
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Joshua Randall and Airman Ryan Desiderio, both from the 355th Civil Engineer Squadron, remove a tree branch cut from a broken tree July 16.
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Joshua Randall watches Airman 1st Class Jonathan Buck, both from the 355th Civil Engineer Squadron, dump tree remains into a dump truck here July 16.
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Joshua Randall, 355th Civil Engineer Squadron, moves a tree trunk with the rest of the debris on here July 17.
U.S. Air Force Airmen watch as Airman Jeffrey Hann and civilian Timothy Snyder, both from the 355th Civil Engineer Squadron, fix a broken power line July 16.