Intelligence Specialist Seaman Katrina Clayton, a volunteer with the Alaska Naval Militia, notifies her team of an oncoming motorist during the Lowell Point Road opening, May 27, 2022 in Seward. The May 7 Bear Mountain landslide blocked the road and access to and from the community of Lowell Point for 20 days. An Alaska Organized Militia Task Force was activated following a request from the State Emergency Operations Center for support to aide with traffic controls and other duties assigned by the incident commander. (Alaska National Guard photo by 1st Lt. Balinda O’Neal)
220527-Z-CA180-1004.JPG Photo By: 1st Lt. Balinda O'Neal

JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska - Intelligence Specialist Seaman Katrina Clayton, a volunteer with the Alaska Naval Militia, notifies her team of an oncoming motorist during the Lowell Point Road opening, May 27, 2022 in Seward. The May 7 Bear Mountain landslide blocked the road and access to and from the community of Lowell Point for 20 days. An Alaska Organized Militia Task Force was activated following a request from the State Emergency Operations Center for support to aide with traffic controls and other duties assigned by the incident commander. (Alaska National Guard photo by 1st Lt. Balinda O’Neal)


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