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March 03, 2008
Oregon National Guard unit responds to possible anthrax scare in Albany
 
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080303A-0393-L-2176: Staff Sgt. Jarrell E. Rysavy and Sgt. Joseph K. Plueard, both of the Oregon National Guard's 102nd Civil Support Team, make their way into the Linn County Courthouse in Albany, Ore., on March 3, 2008. Two envelopes containing a suspicious white powder were discovered by workers, prompting officials to cordon off the are surrounding the building. Members of the CST obtained samples, which were taken to Hillsboro for analysis. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Nicholas R. Lopez, Oregon Military Department)

080303A-0393-L-2106: The Oregon National Guard's 102nd Civil Support Team joined several local emergency agencies at the Linn County Courthouse in Albany, Ore., on March 3, 2008 after employees discovered two envelopes containing a suspicious white powder. The discovery prompted authorities to cordon off the surrounding area until members of the CST obtained samples, which were taken to Hillsboro for analysis. The samples were initially found to be benign in origin. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Nicholas R. Lopez, Oregon Military Department)
 
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Oregon Military Department Public Affairs Office
503-584-3917