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Andersen Airmen test ability to secure, assess airstrip

Staff Sgt. Stephen Baker, 736th Security Forces Squadron parachute program manager, directs the helicopter crew to hover during a training exercise Oct. 29, 2013, on Naval Base Guam. The scenario was designed to test the Airmen’s ability to secure and assess a potentially hostile airstrip’s suitability for follow-on Department of Defense aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Emily A. Bradley/Released)

Staff Sgt. Stephen Baker, 736th Security Forces Squadron parachute program manager, directs the helicopter crew to hover during a training exercise Oct. 29, 2013, on Naval Base Guam. The scenario was designed to test the Airmen’s ability to secure and assess a potentially hostile airstrip’s suitability for follow-on Department of Defense aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Emily A. Bradley/Released)

Capt. Clark Morgan, 36th Mobility Readiness Squadron officer in charge of contingency engineering, sets up the dynamic cone penetrometer to assess the durability of the pavement, Oct. 29, 2013, on Naval Base Guam. The DCP is hammered into the pavement to test if it is strong enough to handle large Department of Defense aircraft landing without cracking the asphalt so the airstrip will remain usable. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Emily A. Bradley/Released)

Capt. Clark Morgan, 36th Mobility Readiness Squadron officer in charge of contingency engineering, sets up the dynamic cone penetrometer to assess the durability of the pavement, Oct. 29, 2013, on Naval Base Guam. The DCP is hammered into the pavement to test if it is strong enough to handle large Department of Defense aircraft landing without cracking the asphalt so the airstrip will remain usable. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Emily A. Bradley/Released)

Staff Sgt. Edward Reid, 36th Mobility Readiness Squadron engineering technician, counts how many times the hammer drops on the dynamic cone penetrometer Oct. 29, 2013, on Naval Base, Guam. The technicians hammer the device into the pavement to test the durability of the pavement for follow-on Department of Defense aircraft that could potentially land without cracking the asphalt in a real-world scenario. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Emily A. Bradley/Released)

Staff Sgt. Edward Reid, 36th Mobility Readiness Squadron engineering technician, counts how many times the hammer drops on the dynamic cone penetrometer Oct. 29, 2013, on Naval Base, Guam. The technicians hammer the device into the pavement to test the durability of the pavement for follow-on Department of Defense aircraft that could potentially land without cracking the asphalt in a real-world scenario. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Emily A. Bradley/Released)

Airmen from the 36th Civil Engineer Squadron, 36th Mobility Response Squadron and 736th Security Forces Squadron watch as a helicopter crew drops a sling load during a training exercise Oct. 29, 2013, on Naval Base Guam. The scenario was designed to test the Airmen’s ability to secure and assess a potentially hostile airstrip’s suitability for follow-on Department of Defense aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Emily A. Bradley/Released)

Airmen from the 36th Civil Engineer Squadron, 36th Mobility Response Squadron and 736th Security Forces Squadron watch as a helicopter crew drops a sling load during a training exercise Oct. 29, 2013, on Naval Base Guam. The scenario was designed to test the Airmen’s ability to secure and assess a potentially hostile airstrip’s suitability for follow-on Department of Defense aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Emily A. Bradley/Released)