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A 33rd Fighter Wing F-35A sits on the line at Volk Field Air National Guard Base, Camp Douglas, Wis., Aug. 23, 2016. The Volk Field Combat Readiness Training Center hosted aircraft and personnel from multiple National Guard, Air Force and Navy units as part of the two-week Northern Lightning combat training exercise. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Airman Kyle Russell)
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Airmen from the Crash, Damage, Disabled Aircraft Recovery training team pose in front of a jet they recovered during an exercise at Volk Field Air National Guard Base, Camp Douglas, Wis., Oct. 4, 2014. CDDAR teams from across the nation were tested with simulated aircraft crash exercises, and as their leadership stood back, were forced to make decisions on how to transport and/or recover the aircraft. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Ryan Roth)
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Airmen from the Crash, Damage, Disabled Aircraft Recovery training team work together to recover a jet during an exercise at Volk Field Air National Guard Base, Camp Douglas, Wis., Oct. 4, 2014. CDDAR teams from across the nation were tested with simulated aircraft crash exercises, and as their leadership stood back, were forced to make decisions on how to transport and/or recover the aircraft. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Ryan Roth)
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Airmen from the Crash, Damage, Disabled Aircraft Recovery training team work together to recover a jet during an exercise at Volk Field Air National Guard Base, Camp Douglas, Wis., Oct. 4, 2014. CDDAR teams from across the nation were tested with simulated aircraft crash exercises, and as their leadership stood back, were forced to make decisions on how to transport and/or recover the aircraft. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Ryan Roth)
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Lt. Gen. Harry M. Wyatt III, director of the Air National Guard, and Maj. Gen. Don Dunbar, adjutant general of Wisconsin, arrive at Volk Field, Wis., for PATRIOT 12's Distinguished Visitor Day July 19. PATRIOT 12, an annual National Guard emergency response training exercise, is comprised of more than 1,100 military and civilian personnel, and was conducted from July 17 to 19. National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Ralph Kaputska
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Sgt. Joshua Deisinger and Sgt. David Herman, 724th Engineer Batallion, complete operations after refueling a vehicle during PATRIOT 12. The refueling section of Company A, 724th Engineer Battalion of Hayward conducted round-the-clock refueling missions, supporting the whole PATRIOT 12 exercise, for equipment used during the exercise. The operation was part of PATRIOT 12, a National Guard domestic response exercise that included both military and civilian agencies. Wisconsin National Guard photo by Sgt. Robert Waight
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Staff Sgt. Andrew Wagoner, 724th Engineer Batallion, relays critical mission information between the Tactical Operations Center and Quick Reaction Force units in the field. The scenario was part of PATRIOT 12, a National Guard domestic response exercise that included both military and civilian agencies. Wisconsin National Guard photo by Sgt. Robert Waight
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Sgt. Jacob Miller, a survey team member with the Wisconsin National Guard's 54th Civil Support Team, shares information about potentially dangerous chemicals with an FBI Evidence Recovery Team. The training was part of PATRIOT 12, a National Guard domestic response exercise that included both military and civilian agencies. Wisconsin National Guard photo by Sgt. Robert Waight
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Sgt. Eugene Aten, of the Wisconsin Army National Guard's 32nd Military Police Company, approaches a group of evacuated local residents making their way toward a traffic control point. The scenario was part of PATRIOT 12, a National Guard domestic response exercise that included both military and civilian agencies. Wisconsin National Guard photo by Sgt. Robert Waight
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Chief Master Sgt. Jeffrey Neitzel, Capt. John O'Brien and Col. Gary Ebben place a wreath at the memorial marker of 1st Lt. Jerome Volk during a July 11 memorial service at Volk Field. The service rendered final respects and honors to the base's namesake, the first Wisconsin Air National Guard pilot to die in the line of duty during the Korean conflict. Volk was shot down during a combat sortie against communist forces Nov. 7, 1951, and his remains have never been recovered. In 1957 the Wisconsin legislature renamed the portion of Camp Williams used by the Wisconsin Air National Guard as Volk Field. Don Volk, 1st Lt. Volk's younger brother and next of kin, and dozens of other relatives attended the ceremony, which included full military honors such as a color guard, rifle squad, and a "missing-man formation" F-16 fly-over. Wisconsin National Guard photo by 1st Sgt. Vaughn R. Larson
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Family members and guests watch a "missing man formation" fly-over at Volk Field during a July 11 memorial service for the base's namesake, 1st Lt. Jerome Volk, the first Wisconsin Air National Guard pilot to die in the line of duty during the Korean conflict. Volk was shot down during a combat sortie against communist forces Nov. 7, 1951, and his remains have never been recovered. In 1957 the Wisconsin legislature renamed the portion of Camp Williams used by the Wisconsin Air National Guard as Volk Field. Don Volk, 1st Lt. Volk's younger brother and next of kin, and dozens of other relatives attended the ceremony, which included full military honors. Wisconsin National Guard photo by 1st Sgt. Vaughn R. Larson
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Col. Gary Ebben, Volk Field commander, presents Don Volk with a folded flag following a July 11 memorial service for 1st Lt. Jerome Volk, the first Wisconsin Air National Guard pilot to die in the line of duty during the Korean conflict. Volk was shot down during a combat sortie against communist forces Nov. 7, 1951, and his remains have never been recovered. In 1957 the Wisconsin legislature renamed the portion of Camp Williams used by the Wisconsin Air National Guard as Volk Field. Don Volk, 1st Lt. Volk's younger brother and next of kin, and dozens of other relatives attended the ceremony, which included full military honors such as a color guard, rifle squad, and a "missing-man formation" F-16 fly-over. Wisconsin National Guard photo by 1st Sgt. Vaughn R. Larson
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1st. Lt. Jerome Volk, seen at his F-80 Shooting Star fighter jet in October 1951 while deployed in support of the Korean War. Volk, the first Wisconsin Air National Guard pilot to die in the line of duty during the Korean conflict, was shot down during a combat sortie against communist forces Nov. 7, 1951, and his remains have never been recovered. In 1957 the Wisconsin legislature renamed the portion of Camp Williams used by the Wisconsin Air National Guard as Volk Field. Don Volk, 1st Lt. Volk's younger brother and next of kin, and dozens of other relatives attended the ceremony, which included full military honors such as a color guard, rifle squad, and a "missing-man formation" F-16 fly-over. Wisconsin National Guard file photo
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Members of the Wisconsin Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and high Explosive Enhanced Response Force Package (CERFP) extract a casualty from a confined space during a June 13 training exercise at Volk Field Combat Readiness Training Center. Wisconsin is the 18th state to obtain the CERFP certification. The team, comprised of members of the Wisconsin Air and Army National Guard, provides search and rescue, decontamination and medical support in the event of natural or man-made disasters. 115th Fighter Wing photo by Airman 1st Class Andrea F. Liechti
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Airman 1st Class Jill Fredrickson, a medical services apprentice for the Wisconsin Air National Guard's 115th Fighter Wing, and member of the Wisconsin Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High Explosive Enhanced Response Force Package (CERFP) uses colored ribbon to triage casualties during a June 13 training exercise at Volk Field Combat Readiness Training Center. Wisconsin is the 18th state to obtain the CERFP certification. The team, comprised of members of the Wisconsin Air and Army National Guard, provides search and rescue, decontamination and medical support in the event of natural or man-made disasters. 115th Fighter Wing photo by Airman 1st Class Andrea F. Liechti
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