Staff Sgt. Shawna Warren, a Reserve loadmaster with the 433rd Airlift Wing, gives a thumbs up to Senio Master Sgt. Gary Hochenberger as he drives a backhoe onto an Alamo Wing C-5A. Senior Airman Ionatana Cipili and Sergeant Warren loaded eigh various construction vehicles into the cargo hold of the C-5. The equipment, stored in Hawaii, is being transfered to the Washoe Tribe in Nevada as part of a Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office program to provide much needed equipment to organizations like the Washoe Tribe. Equipment is used for wildfire prevention, infastructure repair and constru

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Staff Sgt. Shawna Warren, a Reserve loadmaster with the 433rd Airlift Wing, gives a thumbs up to Senio Master Sgt. Gary Hochenberger as he drives a backhoe onto an Alamo Wing C-5A. Senior Airman Ionatana Cipili and Sergeant Warren loaded eigh various construction vehicles into the cargo hold of the C-5. The equipment, stored in Hawaii, is being transfered to the Washoe Tribe in Nevada as part of a Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office program to provide much needed equipment to organizations like the Washoe Tribe. Equipment is used for wildfire prevention, infastructure repair and constru
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Staff Sgt. Shawna Warren, a Reserve loadmaster with the 433rd Airlift Wing, gives a thumbs up to Senio Master Sgt. Gary Hochenberger as he drives a backhoe onto an Alamo Wing C-5A. Senior Airman Ionatana Cipili and Sergeant Warren loaded eigh various construction vehicles into the cargo hold of the C-5. The equipment, stored in Hawaii, is being transfered to the Washoe Tribe in Nevada as part of a Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office program to provide much needed equipment to organizations like the Washoe Tribe. Equipment is used for wildfire prevention, infastructure repair and construction and transporting the valuable machinery gives practical, realistic training to military members while they meet the needs of organizations around the country. (US Air Force Photo/ Staff Sgt. Carlos Trevino)