FORT PLAIN, N.Y. -- New York National Guard engineers from Task Force Engineer, a mixed force comprised of forces of the 204th Engineer Battalion, 206th Military Police Company and 1427th Transportation Company assist with debris removal and widening the Otsquago Creek here July 5th following the Guard's recovery support to flash flooding in the Mohawk Valley. The National Guard's initial response force of more than 50 Soldiers on June 28 grew to some 250 Soldiers on July 3 to support local communities in their recovery. U.S. Army photo by Lt. Col. Christopher Panzer, New York National Guard J

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FORT PLAIN, N.Y. -- New York National Guard engineers from Task Force Engineer, a mixed force comprised of forces of the 204th Engineer Battalion, 206th Military Police Company and 1427th Transportation Company assist with debris removal and widening the Otsquago Creek here July 5th following the Guard's recovery support to flash flooding in the Mohawk Valley. The National Guard's initial response force of more than 50 Soldiers on June 28 grew to some 250 Soldiers on July 3 to support local communities in their recovery. U.S. Army photo by Lt. Col. Christopher Panzer, New York National Guard J
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FORT PLAIN, N.Y. -- New York National Guard engineers from Task Force Engineer, a mixed force comprised of forces of the 204th Engineer Battalion, 206th Military Police Company and 1427th Transportation Company assist with debris removal and widening the Otsquago Creek here July 5th following the Guard's recovery support to flash flooding in the Mohawk Valley. The National Guard's initial response force of more than 50 Soldiers on June 28 grew to some 250 Soldiers on July 3 to support local communities in their recovery. U.S. Army photo by Lt. Col. Christopher Panzer, New York National Guard Joint Force Headquarters. (RELEASED)

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