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Saturday, January 28, 2023
Home Local contract workers clean up the area after demolishing a section of water-damaged drywall Jan. 3 in barracks Building 7932. The facility sustained significant water damage from a burst fire suppression pipe after a wave of freezing temperatures Dec. 23-27, and the Directorate of Public Works aims to have the building repaired by the time the Soldiers who live there return from the field in February. (Ethan Steinquest, Fort Campbell Public Affairs Office) Local contract workers clean up the area after demolishing a section of water-damaged drywall Jan. 3 in barracks Building 7932. The facility sustained significant water damage from a burst fire suppression pipe after a wave of freezing temperatures Dec. 23-27, and the Directorate of Public Works aims to have the building repaired by the time the Soldiers who live there return from the field in February. (Ethan Steinquest, Fort Campbell Public Affairs Office)

Local contract workers clean up the area after demolishing a section of water-damaged drywall Jan. 3 in barracks Building 7932. The facility sustained significant water damage from a burst fire suppression pipe after a wave of freezing temperatures Dec. 23-27, and the Directorate of Public Works aims to have the building repaired by the time the Soldiers who live there return from the field in February. (Ethan Steinquest, Fort Campbell Public Affairs Office)

Local contract workers clean up the area after demolishing a section of water-damaged drywall Jan. 3 in barracks Building 7932. The facility sustained significant water damage from a burst fire suppression pipe after a wave of freezing temperatures Dec. 23-27, and the Directorate of Public Works aims to have the building repaired by the time the Soldiers who live there return from the field in February. (Ethan Steinquest, Fort Campbell Public Affairs Office)

Local contract workers clean up the area after demolishing a section of water-damaged drywall Jan. 3 in barracks Building 7932. The facility sustained significant water damage from a burst fire suppression pipe after a wave of freezing temperatures Dec. 23-27, and the Directorate of Public Works aims to have the building repaired by the time the Soldiers who live there return from the field in February. (Ethan Steinquest, Fort Campbell Public Affairs Office)

Arnaldo Jiminez, left, and Ronald Zabala right, both production technicians with SkipRock LLC, a local contractor, demolish a section of water-damaged drywall Jan. 3 in barracks Building 7932. The facility sustained significant water damage from a burst fire suppression pipe after a wave of freezing temperatures Dec. 23-27, and the Directorate of Public Works aims to have the building repaired by the time the Soldiers who live there return from a field training exercise in February. (Ethan Steinquest, Fort Campbell Public Affairs Office)