South Carolina Army National Guard hosts a team of archaeologists and conservation managers as they work at McCrady Training Center, Eastover, S.C., Feb. 2, 2016. After the historic flood of October 2015, drastic erosion exposed old transportation systems and disrutped construction timbers in a hollow core dam. James Spirek and Joe Beatty, state underwater archaeologists measure distances between logs that built the dam. Several logs were displaced during the flood. (U.S. Army National Guard Photo by 2nd Lt. Tracci Dorgan-Bandy/Released)

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South Carolina Army National Guard hosts a team of archaeologists and conservation managers as they work at McCrady Training Center, Eastover, S.C., Feb. 2, 2016. After the historic flood of October 2015, drastic erosion exposed old transportation systems and disrutped construction timbers in a hollow core dam. James Spirek and Joe Beatty, state underwater archaeologists measure distances between logs that built the dam. Several logs were displaced during the flood. (U.S. Army National Guard Photo by 2nd Lt. Tracci Dorgan-Bandy/Released)
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