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September 6, 2013

Red Horse builds K-Span for 58th Rescue Squadron

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Structures Airmen from the 820th RED HORSE, put concrete against a K-Span building structure during construction Aug. 29 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. The building will be used by the 58th Rescue Squadron Airmen for equipment storage.

 

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Staff Sgt. Aaron Hite, 820th RED HORSE structures craftsman, ensures fresh concrete is flush to the side of a building during the construction of a K-Span building for the 58th Rescue Squadron Aug. 29 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. The Airmen of the 820th RED HORSE are using the building as a training opportunity.

 

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Staff Sgt. Aaron Hite, 820th RED HORSE structures craftsman, smooths out fresh concrete during the construction of a K-Span building for the 58th Rescue Squadron Aug. 29 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. The K-Span building will be used for storage for 58th RQS Airmen.

 

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An 820th RED HORSE structures Airman, holds his shovel as he waits for the next batch of concrete during the building of a K-Span building for the 58th Rescue Squadron Aug. 29 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. The 820th RED HORSE provides heavy construction and repair capabilities to a theater Air Component Commander.

 

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Senior Airman Jonathan Jensen, 555th RED HORSE structures journeyman, uses a concrete Hummer Vibrator to disperse the concrete against the wall of a K-Span building Aug. 29 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. RED HORSE training projects help with base construction efforts while honing wartime responsibilities and proficiencies.

 

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Structures Airmen from the 820th RED HORSE, smooth out fresh concrete on the side of a K-Span building for the 58th Rescue Squadron Aug. 29 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. RED HORSE units possesses site surveying, designing, planning, procurement and full construction capabilities. Typical RED HORSE projects include the construction of buildings and paving of roads.




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