Photo Essay: Airmen assist West Liberty

Kentucky Air Guardsman Tech. Sgt. Harold Baker, a medic with the Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear and Explosive Enhanced Response Force Package out of Louisville, Ky., checks for trapped survivors in homes in the city of West Liberty, Ky., where severe storms devastated the area Mar. 3. (Photo by Spc. David Bolton, 133rd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment, Kentucky National Guard).

The Kentucky Air National Guard’s Tech. Sgt. Nate Steele, 123rd Medical Group, points out search and extraction intelligence to the Kentucky National Guard’s Staff Sgt. Michael Dement, 301st Chemical Company in West Liberty, Ky., Mar. 3. Both guardsmen assisted firefighters and civil authority after tornadoes ravaged the town. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Jason Ketterer, 123rd Airlift Wing Public Affairs, Kentucky National Guard)
Kentucky Air Guardsman Tech. Sgt. Harold Baker, a medic with the Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear and Explosive Enhanced Response Force Package out of Louisville, Ky., checks for trapped survivors in homes in the city of West Liberty, Ky., where severe storms devastated the area Mar. 3. (Photo by Spc. David Bolton, 133rd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment, Kentucky National Guard).
The Kentucky Air National Guard’s Senior Airman Anthony Gardner and Airman 1st Class T.J. Bothur, both from the 123rd Medical Group, prepare kits for possible search and extraction missions in West Liberty, Ky., Mar. 3. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Jason Ketterer, 123rd Airlift Wing Public Affairs, Kentucky National Guard).
Kentucky National Guardsmen engage in a search and rescue mission Mar. 3, in West Liberty, Ky., for survivors after torrential storms and violent winds destroyed much of the community there Mar. 2. (Photo by Spc. David Bolton, 133rd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment, Kentucky National Guard).

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