Seabees rescue Heshikiya community from boulder

Builder 3rd Class Caleb Esparza, top, from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 3 uses a Hilti to break off sections of a large boulder while Intelligence Specialist 2nd Class Collin Austria, also from NMCB 3, acts as a safety spotter while the two work atop a steep ridge near White Beach Naval Facility. Both men were among 13 Seabees who volunteered to help remove the boulder which was dangerously perched above one of the primary access roads connecting the Heshikiya District to White Beach. After safely clearing the boulder, the access road was deemed safe and reopened for the first time in more than year. (U.S. Navy photo by Equipment Operator 3rd Class Aaron Wilson/RELEASED)

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