Seabees on High in Totsuka

June 22, 2012 | By donrochon
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NAVFAC Far East's PWD Atsugi team member CE2(SCW) Whitney Stettler replaces a flashing beacon light bulb on top of a 165 meter-high frequency satellite transmitting tower at U.S. Naval Transmitting Facility Totsuka, Japan. The project supports safety and visual obstruction lighting requirements for the microwave tower, and the maintenance and operation of vital communications equipment linking ship and shore stations in the Far East. (U.S. Navy photo courtesy of PWD Sasebo)
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NAVFAC Far East's PWD Atsugi team member CE2(SCW) Whitney Stettler replaces a flashing beacon light bulb on top of a 165 meter-high frequency satellite transmitting tower at U.S. Naval Transmitting Facility Totsuka, Japan. The project supports safety and visual obstruction lighting requirements for the microwave tower, and the maintenance and operation of vital communications equipment linking ship and shore stations in the Far East. (U.S. Navy photo courtesy of PWD Sasebo)
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NAVFAC Far East's PWD Atsugi Team Member CE2(SCW) Whitney Stettler replaces a flashing beacon light bulb on top of a 165-meter-high frequency satellite transmitting tower at U.S. Naval Transmitting Facility Totsuka, April 13. The project supports safety and visual obstruction lighting requirements for the microwave tower, and the maintenance and operation of vital communications equipment linking ship and shore stations in the Far East. (Photo courtesy of PWD Sasebo)