Washington Air National Guard Staff Sgt. Andrew Waddell, top, and Master Sgt. Tyler Bates, bottom, work to assemble temporary living structures at Joint Base Lewis-McChord that will be used by troops taking part in a massive earthquake and tsunami readiness drill overseen by the Federal Emergency Management Agency next week.
Washington Air National Guard Staff Sgt. Andrew Waddell, top, and Master Sgt. Tyler Bates, bottom, work to assemble temporary living structures at Joint Base Lewis-McChord that will be used by troops taking part in a massive earthquake and tsunami readiness drill overseen by the Federal Emergency Management Agency next week. Ted S. Warren AP
Washington Air National Guard Staff Sgt. Andrew Waddell, top, and Master Sgt. Tyler Bates, bottom, work to assemble temporary living structures at Joint Base Lewis-McChord that will be used by troops taking part in a massive earthquake and tsunami readiness drill overseen by the Federal Emergency Management Agency next week. Ted S. Warren AP

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