Civil engineers have busy training weekend

During this special joint project members from the Air Force Reserve and active duty spent time training together. The 375 CES operations flight worked with members from the 932 CES operations flight to install a 4" duplex domestic water booster pump, 3" isolation valve, and rebuild a 4" backflow preventer. During the course of this project material costs were $39,923.83 (pumps and piping material) and they spent 104 man hours (contractor install would have been $115,000 for labor alone according to CE. - 3 job specialties contributed to this project ( WFSM, Electrical, & HVAC) - We installed approx. 20' of new 4" schedule 80 PVC water lines. "We were able to provide training to Airmen in 5 and 7 level upgrade training. Seen here are: Left to right: Senior Airman Murphy; Master Sgt. Tripp; Master Sgt. Presser; Tech Sgt. Griffith; Tech Sgt. Engelke and in the back row Staff Sgt. Frank all stand at the ready to work," said Senior Master Sgt. Ron Peterson fromt he 932nd CE office (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech Sgt. Christopher Parr)

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