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A destroyed civil engineering building on Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla., was among 1,165 environmental assets evaluated by an environmental recovery assistance team in less than a month after the storm. Helping recovery and rebuilding efforts at the base, personnel from the environmental recovery assistance team (ERAT) included environmental experts from the Air Force Civil Engineer Center Environmental Directorate’s East Regional Branch and the 325th Civil Engineer Squadron. Tyndall received severe damaged across the base by the category 5 storm that made landfall on Oct. 10, 2018. (Courtesy photo)
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