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December 15, 2009
Search and rescue continues for missing Mount Hood Climbers ****PHOTO RELEASE****
 
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Clackamas County Sheriff's Deputy Scott Meyer, (center) discusses the ongoing active search and rescue with Oregon Army National Guard Lt. Col. Todd Farmer, State Army Aviation Officer, (right) at Timberline Lodge on Mount Hood, Ore., Dec. 15. Meyer is the incident commander for the search for the missing climbers, and Farmer is assisting Clackamas County with Army aerial assets. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Eric Rutherford, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs Department)


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Clackamas County Sheriff's Deputy Nate Thompson discusses operations during a morning brief for the ongoing active search for missing climbers at Timberline Lodge on Mount Hood, Ore., Dec 15. Clackamas County is the lead agency in the search, which is being assisted by aerial assets from the Oregon Army National Guard, the 304th Rescue Squadron and Portland Mountain Rescue. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Eric Rutherford, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs)

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Oregon Army National Guard Lt. Col. Todd Farmer, State Army Aviation Officer, discusses operations with Clackamas County Sheriff's deputies and Portland Mountain Rescue, during a morning briefing in the ongoing active search for missing climbers at Timberline Lodge on Mount Hood, Ore., Dec. 15. Clackamas County is the lead agency in the search, which is being assisted by aerial assets from the Oregon Army National Guard, as well as personnel from the 304th Rescue Squadron and Portland Mountain Rescue. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Eric Rutherford, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs)



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Members of the 304th Rescue Squadron prepare to conduct avalanche evaluation on Mount Hood, Ore., Dec. 15. The 304th is assisting the Clackamas County Sheriff's office in the ongoing active search for missing climbers. Clackamas County is the lead agency in the search, which is being assisted by aerial assets from the Oregon Army National Guard, and personnel from the Portland Mountain Rescue. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Eric Rutherford, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs)
 
 
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Oregon Military Department
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