‘Arctic Dragons’ perform vehicle maintenance at JBER

Soldiers assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, operates a M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle while performing vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)
Soldiers assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, operates a M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle while performing vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Army Staff Sgt. Sable Kennedy, assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, performs M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. Kennedy is a native of Metz, Mo. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)
Army Staff Sgt. Sable Kennedy, assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, performs M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. Kennedy is a native of Metz, Mo. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Army Pfc. Makaiden Adams, foreground, and Staff Sgt. Sable Kennedy, both assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, perform M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. Adams and Kennedy are natives of Lincoln, Neb., and Metz, Mo., respectively. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Soldiers assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, perform M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Army Staff Sgt. Sable Kennedy, assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, performs M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. Kennedy is a native of Metz, Mo. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Army Pfc. Makaiden Adams, assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, performs M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. Adams is a native of Lincoln, Neb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Army Pfc. Merlin Emery, left, and Spc. Luis Gonzalez, both assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, perform M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Army Pfc. Zachary Lex, left, and 1st Lt. Eleanor Manning, both assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, confer while performing M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. Lex and Manning are natives of Rio Grande, N.J., and Chicago, Ill., respectively. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Soldiers assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, perform M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Army Pfc. Zachary Lex, assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, performs M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. Lex is a native of Rio Grande, N.J. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Army Pfc. Makaiden Adams, assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, performs M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. Adams is a native of Lincoln, Neb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Army Pfc. Makaiden Adams, assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, performs M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. Adams is a native of Lincoln, Neb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Army Staff Sgt. Sable Kennedy, assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, adjusts her glove while performing M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. Kennedy is a native of Metz, Mo. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Army Staff Sgt. Sable Kennedy, assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, performs M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. Kennedy is a native of Metz, Mo. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Army Pfc. Makaiden Adams, left, and Staff Sgt. Sable Kennedy, both assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, confer while performing M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. Adams and Kennedy are natives of Lincoln, Neb., and Metz, Mo., respectively. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Soldiers assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, clear snow from a M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle while performing vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Soldiers assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, operates a M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle while performing vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

A Soldier assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, operates a M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle while performing vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Army Sgt. Nathan Highfill, assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, guides a M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle while performing vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Army Sgt. 1st Class Nathaniel Luikens, assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, guides a M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle while performing vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

A Soldier assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, operates a M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle while performing vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

Army Sgt. 1st Class Nathaniel Luikens, assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, guides a M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle while performing vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

A Soldier assigned to the 95th Chemical Company, 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, U.S. Army Alaska, operates a M1135 Stryker Nuclear Biological Chemical Reconnaissance Vehicle while performing vehicle maintenance at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Jan. 22, 2019. The Stryker NBCRV increases unit combat power by utilizing an integrated nuclear, biological and chemical sensor suite/meteorological system for improved threat detection and battlefield surveillance. An onboard NBC positive overpressure system minimizes cross-contamination of sensitive detection instruments, further protects the crew inside, and allows for extended operation in a contaminated environment. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alejandro Peña)

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