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85th EIS Airmen showcase mission to 2nd AF/CC

Maj. Gen. Robert LaBrutta, 2nd Air Force commander, and Senior Airman Chase Kiefer, 85th Engineering Installation Squadron cable and antenna systems technician, discuss tower rescue procedures during a 2nd AF immersion tour of the unit located at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., Feb. 9, 2017. The Airmen at the 85th EIS are part of the only active duty EIS in the Air Force. They are also the only organization in the Defense Department providing specialized engineering services such as electromagnetic hazard and interference investigations and High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse protection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Andre’ Askew)

Maj. Gen. Robert LaBrutta, 2nd Air Force commander, and Senior Airman Chase Kiefer, 85th Engineering Installation Squadron cable and antenna systems technician, discuss tower rescue procedures during a 2nd AF immersion tour of the unit located at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., Feb. 9, 2017. The Airmen at the 85th EIS are part of the only active duty EIS in the Air Force. They are also the only organization in the Defense Department providing specialized engineering services such as electromagnetic hazard and interference investigations and High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse protection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Andre’ Askew)

Staff Sgt.  Wesley Schamberger, 85th Engineering Installation Squadron cable and antenna systems supervisor, introduces himself to Maj. Gen. Robert LaBrutta, 2nd Air Force commander, during a 2nd AF immersion tour of the unit located at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., Feb. 9, 2017. The Airmen at the 85th EIS are part of the only active duty EIS in the Air Force. During contingencies, the 85th EIS Airmen can deliver their unique skills to the warfighter within 72 hours - anywhere in the world, which is why their motto is, "With Pride, Worldwide!" (U.S. Air Force photo by Andre’ Askew)

Staff Sgt. Wesley Schamberger, 85th Engineering Installation Squadron cable and antenna systems supervisor, introduces himself to Maj. Gen. Robert LaBrutta, 2nd Air Force commander, during a 2nd AF immersion tour of the unit located at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., Feb. 9, 2017. The Airmen at the 85th EIS are part of the only active duty EIS in the Air Force. During contingencies, the 85th EIS Airmen can deliver their unique skills to the warfighter within 72 hours - anywhere in the world, which is why their motto is, "With Pride, Worldwide!" (U.S. Air Force photo by Andre’ Askew)

A group of 85th Engineering Installation Squadron Airmen explain manhole entry procedures to Maj. Gen. Robert LaBrutta, 2nd Air Force commander, during a 2nd AF immersion tour of the unit located at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., Feb. 9, 2017. The Airmen at the 85th EIS are part of the only active duty EIS in the Air Force. During contingencies, the 85th EIS Airmen can deliver their unique skills to the warfighter within 72 hours - anywhere in the world, which is why their motto is, "With Pride, Worldwide!" (U.S. Air Force photo by Andre’ Askew)

A group of 85th Engineering Installation Squadron Airmen explain manhole entry procedures to Maj. Gen. Robert LaBrutta, 2nd Air Force commander, during a 2nd AF immersion tour of the unit located at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., Feb. 9, 2017. The Airmen at the 85th EIS are part of the only active duty EIS in the Air Force. During contingencies, the 85th EIS Airmen can deliver their unique skills to the warfighter within 72 hours - anywhere in the world, which is why their motto is, "With Pride, Worldwide!" (U.S. Air Force photo by Andre’ Askew)

Maj. Gen. Robert LaBrutta, 2nd Air Force commander, discusses the 85th Engineering Installation Squadron mission with (front) Justin Johnston and _Alton Richards, 85th EIS electronic engineers during a 2nd AF immersion tour of the unit located at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., Feb. 9, 2017. The Airmen at the 85th EIS are part of the only active duty EIS in the Air Force. They are also the only organization in the Defense Department providing specialized engineering services such as electromagnetic hazard and interference investigations and High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse protection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Andre’ Askew)

Maj. Gen. Robert LaBrutta, 2nd Air Force commander, discusses the 85th Engineering Installation Squadron mission with (front) Justin Johnston and _Alton Richards, 85th EIS electronic engineers during a 2nd AF immersion tour of the unit located at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., Feb. 9, 2017. The Airmen at the 85th EIS are part of the only active duty EIS in the Air Force. They are also the only organization in the Defense Department providing specialized engineering services such as electromagnetic hazard and interference investigations and High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse protection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Andre’ Askew)

Peter Bui, 85th Engineering Installation Squadron senior electronics engineer, explains network testing lab equipment to Maj. Gen. Robert LaBrutta, 2nd Air Force commander, during a 2nd AF immersion tour of the unit located at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., Feb. 9, 2017. The Airmen at the 85th EIS are part of the only active duty EIS in the Air Force. During contingencies, the 85th EIS Airmen can deliver their unique skills to the warfighter within 72 hours - anywhere in the world, which is why their motto is, "With Pride, Worldwide!" (U.S. Air Force photo by Andre’ Askew)

Peter Bui, 85th Engineering Installation Squadron senior electronics engineer, explains network testing lab equipment to Maj. Gen. Robert LaBrutta, 2nd Air Force commander, during a 2nd AF immersion tour of the unit located at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., Feb. 9, 2017. The Airmen at the 85th EIS are part of the only active duty EIS in the Air Force. During contingencies, the 85th EIS Airmen can deliver their unique skills to the warfighter within 72 hours - anywhere in the world, which is why their motto is, "With Pride, Worldwide!" (U.S. Air Force photo by Andre’ Askew)

Senior Airman Micheal Turland, 85th Engineering Installation Squadron cable and antenna systems technician, explains opening fiber optic cable to Maj. Gen. Robert LaBrutta, 2nd Air Force commander, during a 2nd AF immersion tour of the unit located at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., Feb. 9, 2017. The Airmen at the 85th EIS are part of the only active duty EIS in the Air Force. They are also the only organization in the Defense Department providing specialized engineering services such as electromagnetic hazard and interference investigations and High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse protection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Andre’ Askew)

Senior Airman Micheal Turland, 85th Engineering Installation Squadron cable and antenna systems technician, explains opening fiber optic cable to Maj. Gen. Robert LaBrutta, 2nd Air Force commander, during a 2nd AF immersion tour of the unit located at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., Feb. 9, 2017. The Airmen at the 85th EIS are part of the only active duty EIS in the Air Force. They are also the only organization in the Defense Department providing specialized engineering services such as electromagnetic hazard and interference investigations and High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse protection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Andre’ Askew)

Senior Airman Micheal Turland, 85th Engineering Installation Squadron cable and antenna systems technician, explains opening up fiber optic cable to Maj. Gen. Robert LaBrutta, 2nd Air Force commander, during a 2nd AF immersion tour of the unit located at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., Feb. 9, 2017. The Airmen at the 85th EIS are part of the only active duty EIS in the Air Force. They are also the only organization in the Defense Department providing specialized engineering services such as electromagnetic hazard and interference investigations and High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse protection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Andre’ Askew)

Senior Airman Micheal Turland, 85th Engineering Installation Squadron cable and antenna systems technician, explains opening up fiber optic cable to Maj. Gen. Robert LaBrutta, 2nd Air Force commander, during a 2nd AF immersion tour of the unit located at Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., Feb. 9, 2017. The Airmen at the 85th EIS are part of the only active duty EIS in the Air Force. They are also the only organization in the Defense Department providing specialized engineering services such as electromagnetic hazard and interference investigations and High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse protection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Andre’ Askew)