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Our job is to provide clean, drinkable, bathable water.

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Staff Sergeant Johnson

Our job is to provide clean, drinkable, bathable water.

SSG Johnson: Water Treatment Specialist is a 92 Whiskey in the United States Army. Our job is to provide clean, drinkable, bathable water.
SGT Paul Kindzierski: There’s minimal standards that you have to meet but it’s nice when you’re able to meet those standards and exceed those standards.
PVT. Richard Garza: People are going to be consuming your product and if you have a bad product you’re going to affect the lives of men, women and children.
SFC Michael Myer: The thing I like most about this job is being able to go to somewhere, whether it’s in the United States or in another country, and helping people with the basic needs in order to survive.
SSG Joseph Johnson: Some of the new equipment allows us to purify water in almost any type of location. No matter what type of water you do come across.
SPC Kristopher Martin: You can take some pretty gross looking water and make it really good tasting and clean water.
PVT Richard Garza: Our job is just as vital as anybody else because we provide a support mission for our U.S. Soldiers whether it’s on the continental United States or if we’re overseas for instance like Afghanistan or Iraq. We’ve got to make sure we sustain our troops with high quality water.
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