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718 CES survey innovate build

718 CES survey innovate build

Airman 1st Class Elizabeth Rodriguez, an engineering technician with the 718th Civil Engineer Squadron, Execution Support, grabs surveying equipment at Kadena Air Base, Japan, June 9, 2021. Execution Support collects data for map development and updates at Kadena. When buildings are built on base, Execution Support collects data to provide information to decision makers on the best location for new construction. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Stephen Pulter)

718 CES survey innovate build

Airmen With 718th Civil Engineer Squadron, Execution Support, set up a Trimble S6 at Kadena Air Base, Japan, June 9, 2021. Execution Support uses this instrument to measure aspects of aircraft when there’s suspicion of damage to help determine if they’re able to fly. The Trimble S6 is capable of providing measurements within a hundredth of an inch. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Stephen Pulter)

718 CES survey innovate build

Tech. Sgt. Tommy Hwang, the NCO in charge of Execution Support with the 718th Civil Engineer Squadron, sets up a Trimble S6 at Kadena Air Base, Japan, June 9, 2021. Execution Support conducts surveying of aircraft mishaps to help determine the cause of an incident. The data is used to create a detailed diagram of the location of parts in the event an aircraft crashes. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Stephen Pulter)

718 CES survey innovate build

Airman 1st Class Elizabeth Rodriguez, an engineering technician with 718th Civil Engineer Squadron, Execution Support, levels a Trimble S6 at Kadena Air Base, Japan, June 9, 2021. The Trimble S6 is a geospatial surveying instrument which calculates relative distance, direction, and elevation. The calculations are then uploaded to update geographical information. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Stephen Pulter)

718 CES survey innovate build

Airmen with the 718th Civil Engineer Squadron, Execution Support, conduct surveying with a Trimble S6 at Kadena Air Base, Japan, June 9, 2021. Execution Support uses this instrument to collect information when an airfield is damaged. This helps to determine if an incident will impede operations, and where fixes need to be made. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Stephen Pulter)

718 CES survey innovate build

Airman 1st Class Elizabeth Rodriguez, an engineering technician with 718th Civil Engineer Squadron, Execution Support, uploads files to Autocad and Archmap at Kadena Air Base, Japan, June 9, 2021. Autocad and Archmap are used to create intricate layouts for building designs, maps and more. Execution Support is capable of creating as-built blueprints for buildings to document electrical layouts, plumbing layouts and more.(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Stephen Pulter)

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