U.S. Army 1st Lt. Paul Bennett, an engineer from the South Carolina National Guard's 1782nd Engineer Company from Lancaster, uses hand signals to direct a heavy equipment operator with fill-dirt placement as their unit repairs a section of Whitehouse Road, near the Richland Wastewater Treatment Plant in Columbia. Veterans Day is a way to honor these other National Guard soldiers who help so many recover from the state’s flooding.
U.S. Army 1st Lt. Paul Bennett, an engineer from the South Carolina National Guard's 1782nd Engineer Company from Lancaster, uses hand signals to direct a heavy equipment operator with fill-dirt placement as their unit repairs a section of Whitehouse Road, near the Richland Wastewater Treatment Plant in Columbia. Veterans Day is a way to honor these other National Guard soldiers who help so many recover from the state’s flooding. Senior Master Sgt. Edward Snyder South Carolina National Guard
U.S. Army 1st Lt. Paul Bennett, an engineer from the South Carolina National Guard's 1782nd Engineer Company from Lancaster, uses hand signals to direct a heavy equipment operator with fill-dirt placement as their unit repairs a section of Whitehouse Road, near the Richland Wastewater Treatment Plant in Columbia. Veterans Day is a way to honor these other National Guard soldiers who help so many recover from the state’s flooding. Senior Master Sgt. Edward Snyder South Carolina National Guard

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