PD CTIS Equipment Supports Remote Military Station Survey and Rebuilding
SHEMYA ISLAND, Alaska — First Class Diving Supervisor Staff Sgt. Michael Singley, conducting pre-dive supervisor checks on Staff Sgt. Eion Audet. Members of the 7th Engineer Dive Detachment, 84th Engineering Battalion out of Joint Base Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, during survey operations on Eareckson Air Station which was damaged by a storm cell in February, 2020. The 7th set out with equipment provided by Product Director Combat Terrain Information Systems, including the Instrument Set, Reconnaissance and Surveying toolset, known as ENFIRE and the Multi-functional Assessment Reconnaissance Vessel II, or MARV II, in a mission to survey, collect the required data and ensure the future work that needs to be planned for the much calmer summer season and the extensive repair operations will have as much information as they need. Construction, design and even navigation assets will all be able to access and use use the collected data to maximize their operations. U.S. Army Photo/1st Lt. Ander Thompson

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