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November 16, 2011
PHOTO RELEASE: Oregon National Guard Engineers assist with construction project at Detroit Lake
 
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111116-F-1639C-353: Lt. Duffy Cavanaugh, Executive Officer with the Oregon Army National Guard's 224 Engineer Company, observes the unit's construction project at Detroit Lake Recreation Area, near Detroit, Ore., Nov. 16.  Engineers with the unit plan to dredge approximately 40,000 cubic yards of earth in order to open a boat access channel across Detroit Flats to the Detroit Marina, Cavanaugh said.  Engineers working on the project are conducting Active Duty Training in order to complete the project, he added.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Nick Choy, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs Office).
 
111116-F-1639C-370: Soldiers with the Oregon Army National Guard's 224 Engineer Company watch heavy equipment operators with the unit move approximately 40,000 cubic yards of earth in order to open a boat access channel across Detroit Flats in the Detroit Lake Recreation Area, near Detroit, Ore., Nov. 16.  From left to right: Lt. Mark Molo, 1st Platoon Leader, Platoon Sgt. 1st Class Derek Fanning, Project Engineer and Non-Commissioned Officer in charge; and Lt. Duffy Cavanaugh, Executive Officer (foreground). Engineers working on the project are conducting Active Duty Training in order to complete the project, Cavanaugh said.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Nick Choy, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs Office).
 
111116-F-1639C-397: Soldier Engineers with the Oregon Army National Guard's 224 Engineer Company operate heavy equipment during a construction project at the Detroit Lake Recreation Area, near Detroit Lake, Ore., Nov. 16.  Engineers with the unit plan to dredge approximately 40,000 cubic yards of earth in order to open a boat access channel across Detroit Flats to the Detroit Marina, said Lt. Duffy Cavanaugh, unit Executive Officer.  The unit had just completed another construction project to mitigate beach erosion, adjacent to the Oregon State University's Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport, Ore., the week before.   (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Nick Choy, Oregon Military Department Public Affairs Office).
 
To see information on this project from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, visit: http://goo.gl/Z6G7l
 
 
Contact Info: For more information on this project, contact Sgt. 1st Class Derek Fanning: 542-852-7548.