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Staff Sgt. Daniel Webb, Detachment 2, 3rd Weather Squadron, explains how the radar system works and gathers readings on a computer from a weather sensor during a tour for their science, technology, engineering and mathematics summer program June 23 at Marshall Army Airfield. Students enrolled in the Summer STEM Institute program from Unified School District 383, which encompasses the Kansas cities of Manhattan and Ogden, toured the Detachment 2, 3rd Weather Squadron facility on Fort Riley and learned about the equipment and skills used by the Airmen there to complete their mission. About 120 students from grades five to eight along with 100 adults from USD 383 and Kansas State University were divided into five groups and guided through multiple stations by Airmen to learn about weather, weather sensors, how the Airmen work during deployments and field exercises and more.


Staff Sgt. Daniel Webb, Detachment 2, 3rd Weather Squadron, explains how the radar system works and gathers readings on a computer from a weather sensor during a tour for their science, technology, engineering and mathematics summer program June 23 at Marshall Army Airfield. Students enrolled in the Summer STEM Institute program from Unified School District 383, which encompasses the Kansas cities of Manhattan and Ogden, toured the Detachment 2, 3rd Weather Squadron facility on Fort Riley and learned about the equipment and skills used by the Airmen there to complete their mission. About 120 students from grades five to eight along with 100 adults from USD 383 and Kansas State University were divided into five groups and guided through multiple stations by Airmen to learn about weather, weather sensors, how the Airmen work during deployments and field exercises and more.

Season Osterfeld, POST
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