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27七/12

Welded Gabion Box Limited Company is recruiting Account Executive and cooperative partner

Hebei Anping Welded Gabion Box Limited Company is recruiting Account Executive  and cooperative partner if you want higher salary,and if you have excelent ability and dare to challenge,please pay attention to this position.
Welded Gabion Boxis a structural vegetated armoring technology used to stabilize and prevent erosion of waterway and shoreline banks. Our main products are Gabion Box, Gabion Baskets, Wire Stone Cages, Reno Mattress, Gabion Mats, Sack Gabions, Heavy Type Hexagonal Mesh, Chicken Wire, Welded Mesh Gabions, Double/Five Twist Gabions. When requesting a quote, please specify: Material, Mesh Opening, Wire Diameter, Size of Units (Length x Width x Height). Welcome ! (Fanter Gabion Factory-Gabion-Gabion Box-Gabion Baskets.)

 Job Responsibility
1)implement company's business and trade rules,expand market.
2)  resposible for tracking,delivery
3)resposible for the documents audit,customs declaration settlement and after-sale service and so on.
4)the expansion of customers and maintenance.
5)we have a pleasant working environment in Anping county town.

Job qualification
1)college degree or above,International Trade ,Business English or related major.
2)more than 2 years experience in the field of trade business operation,working experience in foreign company is preferred.
3)familiar with trade operation process and related laws ang regulations.and have professional knowledge in the field of trade.
4)have better English level and good computer skills.having the customs declaration and related trade operation certificate is preferred.
5) have better business development ability and business negotiation skills.strong sense of public relations,strong dedication,team-work spirit,independent competence,to open up and innovation.

Company: AnPing Gabion Basket Factory
Add: No.138 WeiMin Street, AnPing City, HeBei, China.
Tel: +86 3118 7733 505
Fax: +86 3118 7733 508
Url: www.gabiony.cn   www.GabionBox.biz   www.GabionBasket.biz
E-mail: gabion@theqiaoshi.com   gabion@theqiaoshi.com

10十一/11

HESCO-Thailand tries to help companies as floods spread

,HESCO

Originally published: November 10, 2011 3:19 AM Updated: November 10,Hesco barrier blast wall protection-Concerns, floodwaters rise in Bangkok, 2011 7:02 AM By The Associated Press ALISA TANG (Associated Press) Quick ReadThailand tries to help companies affected by flooding, as water spreads further Photo credit: AP | Thai residents ride on the back of a truck as they cross a flooded street in Bangkok, Thailand, Thursday,Welded Gabions-Thai confidence at 10-year low; floods hit more firms, Nov. 10, 2011. The flooding began in late July and the water has reached parts of Bangkok,welded gabion box, where residents are frustrated by government confusion over how much worse the flooding will get. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila) Photos (AP) -- Thailand offered more help Thursday to businesses affected by widespread flooding, as water spread deeper into Bangkok and threatened to cut off a major highway. The flooding since late July has killed 533 people, caused billions of dollars in damage,Hesco Barrier,Military Bastions-Thailand tries to help companies, as floods spread, and inundated hundreds of factories north of the capital. Water draining from central and northern provinces to the sea has surrounded...

26九/11

wire mesh Window Screen

Window Screen,welded wire mesh Welded Wire Mesh

Window Screen Window Screen Window Screen

Information

Qiaoshi (china) wire mesh factory offers Window Screening in different materials,gabbione, widely used in hotels and buildings to prevent insects and bugs from entering.

General specifications:14mesh x 14 mesh, 16mesh x 14mesh, 16mesh x 16mesh, 18mesh x 16mesh, 18mesh x 18mesh, 18mesh x 14mesh General wire diameter: BWG31 or BWG 32.

Assortment available:

Enameled Wire Netting

Gal. Iron Wire Netting

Specification

































Specification List of Window Screen Netting

Variety

Specification

Technical Notes

Mesh/Inch

Wire Gauge

Roll Size

Gal.Iron Wire Netting

10mesh x 10mesh

BWG31

BWG32

BWG33

BWG34








3"x100"

4"x100"

1x25M

1.2x30M

1.5x25M

Process: Electric galvanized after weaving

Color: White or blue white

 

14mesh x 14mesh

16mesh x 16mesh

18mesh x 18mesh

18mesh x 14mesh

22mesh x 22mesh

24mesh x 24mesh

Enamelled Iron Wire Netting

Same as above

Green or dark green

Aluminum Coated Iron Wire Netting

Same as above

Silver

Aluminum Wire Netting

Same as above

Material: Al-mg alloy or pure aluminum

Painted aluminum wire netting or epoxy resin paint

Fiberglass Wire Netting

12 x 12

BWG31

BWG32

3"x100"

4"x100"

1x25M

1.2x25M

Available in different colors

14 x 14

16 x 16

16 x 14

PVC Wire Netting

12x 12

As above

Twisted weaving:12,拦河坝 Metal Etching,Welded Gabion Box,14,16mesh;

Plain weaving:18,kanaami Field Fence,Cattle Fence,22,24mesh;

Colors available:white,Gabion Mattress,blue,green,etc.

 

14 x 14

16 x 16

18 x 18

18 x 14

20 x 20

Stainless Steel Wire Netting

14 x 14 SWG38

16 x 16 SWG37

18 x 18 SWG36

18 x 14 SWG35

20 x 20 SWG34

3"x100"

4"x100"

1x25M

1.2x25M

Materials: Stainless steel 304,316,316L

PVC Coated Wire Netting

12x 12

BWG31

BWG32

As above

Different colors available. Used in petroluem, pipes wrapping.

14 x 14

16 x 16

18 x 18

26九/11

kanaami Perforated mesh

Perforated mesh,Gabion box with pvc coated

Perforated mesh Perforated mesh Perforated mesh

Information

  • Applications:

    Perforated metal screen sheet is mainly used in oil field drilling, mine screening, engineering,Welded Gabion Box, sifting of grains, decorations and designs of buildings. Perforated metal sheet is used for oil filters, as fencing screen for expressway, railway and other construction facilities, used in workshops as well as other constructions as sound isolation sheet, decorative sheet for stairs, environmental tables and chairs, sifting in grains,gabions Expanded Metal Mesh, feed and mines. Perforated metal screen sheet is also used in making of kitchenware such as fruit basket,kanaami Military Barriers, food cover, etc.  

  • Perforation patterns:

    Round perforations, square perforations,kanaami, slotted perforations, fish scale perforations,金網 Field Fence,Cattle Fence, hexagonal perforations, cross perforations as well as some other special patterns. Perforated Metal Screen Sheet can be classified into Mild steel perforated metal screen; galvanized iron perforated metal screen; aluminum perforated metal screen; stainless steel perforated metal screen; perforated metal sheets of other materials.

26九/11

Welded Gabion Box Chain Wire,Chain Fence

Chain Wire / Chain Fence

Chain Wire / Chain Fence Chain Wire / Chain Fence Chain Wire / Chain Fence

Information

Material:

Low carbon steel wire, stainless steel wire,石笼网,hesco bastion Chain Wire,Chain Fence, electro-galvanized wire,wire mesh Chain Wire,Chain Fence,Stone Cage,金網 Chain link fence 2,hot-dipped galvanized wire,Welded Gabion Box,PVC wire.  

Features:

Low carbon steel diamond wire mesh has a heavy galvanized coating to ensure a long life. The construction is strong; safe and flexible; does not break; does not sag or roll up at the bottom.  

Weaving:

Woven diamond pattern provides strong, durable and flexible construction. The closely spaced diamond wire mesh construction gives your fence linear strength and springy texture to protect horses from injury and prevent predators from entering paddocks and pastures.  

Application:

Diamond wire mesh is used as fencing for sports field, river banks, construction and residence, also animal fencing. 

chain link fence        chain link fence

chain link fence        chain link fence

chain link fence        chain link fence

Specification












Fence Height

cm

Fence Length(2m)

Fence Length(2.5m)

Wire Gauge

Wire Diameter

mm

Opening

cm

Weight kg/piece

Fixing Pole

Wire Gauge

Wire Diameter mm

Opening cm

Weight kg/piece

Fixing Pole

Weight kg/set

Weight kg/piece

60

10#/8#

3.2 4

5X12

6.5

1.9

10#/8#

3.2 4

5X12

8.6

1.9

80

10#/8#

3.2 4

5X12

7.5

2.3

10#/8#

3.2 4

5X12

9.9

2.3

100

10#/8#

3.2 4

5X12

8.5

2.7

10#/8#

3.2 4

5X12

11.2

2.7

120

10#/8#

3.2 4

5X12

9

3.1

10#/8#

3.2 4

5X12

11.9

3.1

150

10#/8#

3.2 4

5X12

11

3.7

10#/8#

3.2 4

5X12

14.5

3.7

180

10#/8#

3.2 4

5X12

12.5

4.3

10#/8#

3.2 4

5X12

16.5

4.3

200

10#/8#

3.2 4

5X12

13.5

4.7

10#/8#

3.2 4

5X12

17.8

4.7



26九/11

金網 Black Wire Cloth

Black Wire Cloth

Black Wire Cloth Black Wire Cloth Black Wire Cloth

Information

Black iron wire cloth is made in plain steel wire,石笼网,金網 Barbed Wire,so it is also called"black wire cloth",Welded Gabion Box,Stone Cage Barbed Wire,which is widely used as filters in rubber industry,plastics industry and grain industry.

We can manufacture from 8 to 80mesh for Plain weave and Twill weave,t post,Gabion box with pvc coated Barbed Wire,and from 12 x 64mesh to 40 x 200 mesh for Dutch werave. 

Specification

 





































Mesh/Inch

Opening (mm)

Wire Diameter( mm)

Reference weight(kg/sq.meter)

10mesh x 10mesh

1.94

0.6

1.8

10mesh x 10mesh

1.98

0.56

1.56

12mesh x 12mesh

1.52

0.6

2.16

12mesh x 12mesh

1.56

0.56

1.88

18mesh x 18mesh

0.96

0.45

1.82

18mesh x 18mesh

1.0

0.41

1.52

18mesh x 18mesh

1.04

0.37

1.23

18mesh x 18mesh

1.06

0.35

1.1

20mesh x 20mesh

0.86

0.41

1.68

20mesh x 20mesh

0.9

0.37

1.38

22mesh x 22mesh

0.74

0.35

1.33

22mesh x 22mesh

0.79

0.30

0.99

24mesh x 24mesh

0.7

0.35

1.5

26mesh x 26mesh

0.63

0.35

1.66

28mesh x 28mesh

0.6

0.31

1.36

30mesh x 30mesh

0.64

0.31

1.46

32mesh x 32mesh

0.5

0.29

1.36

34mesh x 34mesh

0.47

0.28

1.3

36mesh x 36mesh

0.47

0.28

1.3

38mesh x 38mesh

0.41

0.26

1.1

40mesh x 40mesh

0.39

0.25

1.2

40mesh x 40mesh

0.41

0.23

1.06

40mesh x 40mesh

0.43

0.21

0.88

42mesh x 42mesh

0.365

0.24

1.1

44mesh x 44mesh

0.347

0.23

1.0

46mesh x 46mesh

0.332

0.22

1.0

48mesh x 48mesh

0.319

0.20

0.96

50mesh x 50mesh

0.318

0.19

0.91

50mesh x 50mesh

0.338

0.17

0.72

56mesh x 56mesh

0.248

0.17

0.81

60mesh x 60mesh

0.27

0.15

0.68

 

13七/11

fence post-Consolidation of Military Medical Facilities And Training Center in San Antonio, Texas To

 

 

Headquartered in Bethesda,Gabion box with pvc coated-Mysterious Gunman Targeting Military Facilities In D.C. Area TPMMuckrak, Md., Lockheed Martin is a global security company that employs about 146,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture,Gabion box with pvc coated, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems,fence post, products and services. The corporation reported 2008 sales of $42.7 billion.

As the consolidation moves forward, Lockheed Martin will perform a number of important tasks including identifying new equipment needs and developing a purchasing plan for both medical and non-medical equipment and furnishings. Lockheed Martin will also manage the purchase of new items and the relocation and warehousing of existing units. An additional element of the contract will include the installation and calibration of new equipment as well as the coordination of training in its use.

 

In addition Wilford Hall Medical Center and Brooke Army Medical Center are being combined into the new San Antonio Military Medical Center (SAMMC). These actions are part of a Department of Defense Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) effort to improve the overall level of medical services for service members in the field and wounded warriors returning home.

Home > News Consolidation of Military Medical Facilities And Training Center in San Antonio, Texas To Receive Support from Lockheed Martin Contract with Army Medical Command Valued at $193 Million

 

 

“Lockheed Martin is honored to be supporting health services for the Department of Defense” said Carey Smith,Welded Gabion Box, Vice President of Lockheed Martin Technical Services, “We know our logistics expertise will help provide a smooth transition for these important units to Fort Sam Houston and ensure that our servicemen and women continue to receive the highest quality medical treatment that they deserve. We are proud to have been chosen by the U.S. Army Medical Command for this important work.”

Lockheed Martin will assist with the relocation of basic and specialty enlisted training from the Air Force 882nd Training Group, the Naval Schools of Health Sciences,Stone Cage-Google Earth Hacks - Test Ranges, Military Facilities-Wire Mesh, and the Naval Hospital Corps School to Fort Sam Houston, Texas. These units are being consolidated with the current Army Medical Department Center and School, which is already based at Fort Sam Houston.

Laurel, Md.,Stone Cage-military bases in virginia-Wire Mesh, August 18th,hesco bastion, 2009 -- The Department of Defense consolidation of military medical facilities will receive logistics support from Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] under a new contract with the U.S. Army Medical Command. The total value of the contract is $193 million over a two year period of performance.

 

11七/11

gabion-The Ultimate Lock Picker Hacks Pentagon, Beats Corporate Security for Fun and Profit-Wire Mes

We've covered key card hotel locks over seafood, in-room credit card safes over sandwiches. While we ate a decent steak dinner, Tobias used the house crayons to diagram one of the largest jewel robberies in history; over dessert, he showed me how a person less honest than himself would pull the heist again.

Tobias is laughing. And laughing. The effect is disconcerting. It's a bwa-ha-ha kind of evil mastermind laugh—appropriate if you've just sacked Constantinople, checkmated Deep Blue, or handed Superman a Dixie cup of kryptonite Kool-Aid, but downright scary in a midtown Manhattan restaurant during the early-bird special.

Like many exceedingly bright people, Tobias has the exhausted air of a know-it-all. Over dozens of dinners, he has walked me through how to pick simple locks ("Uh, is there something wrong with your hands?") and bypass combination dials ("A brain-damaged monkey could do it faster"). He has described how to outwit security technologies like motion detectors ("Duh"), face-recognition software ("It's stupid,Stone Cage-The Ultimate Lock Picker Hacks Pentagon, Beats Corporate Security for Fun and Profit-Wire, even if you think about it!"), fingerprint scans ("What child came up with that?"), and heat sensors ("You can get this one—maybe").

But to Tobias, pissing off The Man isn't the point,fence post-New Statesman - Obama’s empire-Wire Mesh, not entirely. Nor is it,waratah fence post, entirely, to make himself famous or rich—not that he's allergic to either outcome. The point, he says, is to "make shit better." Tobias thinks of himself as a humble public servant. When he attacks the Kryptonite bike lock or the Club (or those in-room safes at Holiday Inn or Caesars Palace), he's not a bad guy—he's just Ralph Nader with a slim jim, protecting consumers by exposing locks, safes, and security systems that aren't actually locked, safe, or secure. At least, not from people like him.

Marc Weber Tobias can pick, crack, or bump any lock. Now he wants to teach the world how to break into military facilities and corporate headquarters.
Illustration: Tetsuya Nagato

Some Marc Weber Tobias problems rattle companies. Others end as consulting contracts or dropped lawsuits or forcibly improved design. But all Tobias problems, like all hacker stories, start with a nerdy kid in a basement workshop, taking things apart.

But forget bike locks and hotel room safes: These days, Tobias is attacking the lock famous for protecting places like military installations and the homes of American presidents and British royals.

Our fellow diners begin to stare. Tobias doesn't notice and wouldn't care anyway. He's as rumpled and wild as a nerdy grizzly bear. His place mat is covered in diagrams and sketched floor plans and scribbled arrows. His laugh fits him like a tinfoil hat. It goes on for a solid 20 seconds.

Between stabs at his salad, Tobias hands me his latest idea of fun: nearly 300 pages of self-published hacker-porn detailing his attack on the allegedly uncrackable Medeco high-security lock. "Trust me, this will cause a goddamned riot!" he says, dabbing at tears of joy with a paper napkin. "Oh yeah, this is way, way bigger than the liquid explosives thing!" And he's right,Welded Gabion Box, it is bigger—and with way, way bigger consequences.

The problem, if you're a safe company or a lock maker, is that Tobias makes it all public through hacker confabs, posts on his Security.org site,gabion, and tech blogs like Engadget. He views this glasnost as a public service. Others see a hacker how-to that makes The Anarchist Cookbook read like Betty Crocker. And where Tobias sees a splendid expression of First Amendment rights, locksmiths and security companies see a criminal finishing school. Tobias isn't just exposing problems, they say. He is the problem.

But Tobias isn't crazy. Far from it. He's a professional lock breaker, a man obsessively—perhaps compulsively—dedicated to cracking physical security systems. He doesn't play games, he rarely sees movies,Stone Cage, he doesn't attend to plants or pets or, currently, a girlfriend. Tobias hacks locks. Then he teaches the public how to hack them, too.

Lock-breaking is equal parts art and science. So is the ability to royally piss people off. Tobias is a veritable da Vinci at both endeavors. His Web site's streaming video of prepubescent kids gleefully opening gun locks has won him no points with mothers or locksmiths, and his ideas about how to smuggle liquid explosive reagents onto commercial airlines spookily presaged the Transportation Security Administration's prohibitions against carry-on liquids. Over the past 20 years, Tobias has been threatened by casinos, banned from hotel chains, and bullied by legions of corporate lawyers. And enjoyed every minute of it.

Thinking like a criminal is Tobias' idea of fun. It makes him laugh. It has also made him money and earned him a reputation as something of the Rain Man of lock-breaking. Even if you've never heard of Tobias, you may know his work: He's the guy who figured out how to steal your bike, unlock your front door, crack your gun lock,石笼网-Oregon Military Department Facilities Address-Wire Mesh, blow up your airplane, and hijack your mail. Marc Weber Tobias has a name for the headache he inflicts on his targets: the Marc Weber Tobias problem.

9七/11

拦河坝-FBI looks into third shooting at a military facility in two weeks – CNN-Wire Mesh

The overnight shooting is the third such incident at a military-related building in the past two weeks,razor wire-Military Munitions Unexploded Ordnance Federal Facilities Restoration and Reuse Office,Stone Cage, according to an FBI news release.

The FBI is investigating shots fired Monday night or early morning Tuesday at the Marine Corps recruiting station in Chantilly,waratah fence post-Razor Wire-Wire Mesh,Welded Gabion Box, Virginia,拦河坝, the bureau announced.

Last week,t post, a gunman fired several shots at the Pentagon, just two days after shots were fired at the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Virginia. Ballistics tests revealed both shootings involved a single weapon,fence post-Metal Etching-Wire Mesh, the FBI said.

1七/11

hesco bastion-Photographs of Red River Floods at Fargo, North Dakota 2009-Wire Mesh

March 10: The March 10th blizzard in Fargo adds to the snowfall and frozen precipitation already accumulating in the southern Red River Valley.

© Donald Schwert © Daniel Reetz © Donald Schwert © Donald Schwert © Donald Schwert March 24: Construction of a temporary earthen dike along Oak St. N, looking south from 11th Ave. N, Fargo, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 32.4'.

© Donald Schwert March 24: A sandbag dike was quickly constructed today at Elm Circle, Fargo, North Dakota. Thanks go to the many, many volunteers who helped fill and pile the sandbags. Red River stage (at Fargo): 32.4'.

© Donald Schwert March 24: What was intended to have been a temporary earthen dike to protect Legion Field in Fargo gets overwhelmed by the developing flood, as does the baseball field itself. Red River stage (at Fargo): 32.4'.

© Donald Schwert March 25: The thaw ends, as temperatures plunge below freezing. Heavy snows fall,gabion box--Wire Mesh, impeding temporary dike construction. View is south from the Main Avenue bridge, Moorhead, Minnesota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 36.6'.

© Daniel Reetz March 25: As floodwaters rise, the bridge at Main Avenue becomes one of the last functional traffic bridges across the Red River. View is to the east from Fargo, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 36.6'.

© Daniel Reetz March 25: North 3rd Street in Moorhead, Minnesota, is inundated by the rising waters of the Red River. Street lamps show the position of the street. Red River stage (at Fargo): 36.6'.

© Daniel Reetz March 25: Bridges across the Red River, view facing west toward Fargo. To the right is the Center Avenue Bridge. To the left is a bridge for the BNSF Railroad. To the left, distant, is the Main Avenue Bridge. Red River stage (at Fargo): 36.6'.

© Daniel Reetz March 25: In preparation for expanding an existing sandbag dike, snow is removed. Woodcrest Drive, Fargo, North Dakota.
© Daniel Reetz March 26: Busloads of patient volunteers receive instructions on how to expand an existing sandbag dike. Woodcrest Drive, Fargo, North Dakota.
© Daniel Reetz March 26: Tough guys: everyone joins in in a massive volunteer effort to construct miles and miles of sandbag dikes. Fargo, North Dakota.

© Daniel Reetz March 26: Hesco bastion barriers were originally designed as blast walls, that could be quickly assembled in military zones. They are gabions (i.e. wire cages), covered with a liner and then loaded with sand. They assemble quickly and now serve Fargo as effective floodwalls. This photo shows the "kit."
© Donald Schwert March 26: Hesco bastion barriers assembled as flood walls, Legion Field, Elm Street N and 12th Ave. N, Fargo, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 39.6'.

© Donald Schwert March 26: Hesco bastion barriers assembled as flood walls, Legion Field, Elm Street N and 12th Ave. N, Fargo, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 39.6'.

© Donald Schwert March 26: Hesco bastion barriers assembled as flood walls, Legion Field, Elm Street N and 12th Ave. N, Fargo,t post, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 39.6'.

© Donald Schwert March 26: Hesco bastion barrier merging into a sandbag dike, 11th Avenue N. and Elm Street, Fargo, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 39.6'.

© Donald Schwert March 26: Hesco bastion barrier merging into a sandbag dike, 11th Avenue N. and Elm Street,Stone Cage-Field Fence,Cattle Fence-Wire Mesh, Fargo, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 39.6'.

© Donald Schwert March 26: Temporary clay dike being constructed at entrance to Trefoil Park, Elm Street N and 14th Avenue N, Fargo, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 39.6'.

© Donald Schwert March 26: Elm Street N and 14th Avenue N, Fargo, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 39.6'.

© Donald Schwert March 26: Elm Street N and 14th Avenue N, Fargo, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 39.6'.

© Donald Schwert March 27: At 2 a.m, ambulances line up at MeritCare Hospital (the largest hospital in North Dakota) to assist in the evacuation of patients. Fargo, North Dakota.

© Daniel Reetz March 27: Sandbag crew reconstructing temporary dike at south edge of El Zagal Shrine, 14th Avenue N, Fargo, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.7'.

© Donald Schwert March 27: Sandbag crew reconstructing temporary dike at south edge of El Zagal Shrine, 14th Avenue N, Fargo, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.7'.

© Donald Schwert March 27: Sandbags, with sandbags on top of permanent dike. West end El Zagal Golf Course, 3rd Street N, Fargo, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.7'.

© Donald Schwert March 27: Temporary earthen dike along 14th Avenue N at Oak Street N, Fargo,hesco bastion, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.7'.

© Donald Schwert March 27: Temporary earthen dike along 14th Avenue N, Fargo, North Dakota. Floodwaters are frozen are opposite side. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.7'.

© Donald Schwert March 27: Temporary earthen dike along 15th Avenue N, Fargo, North Dakota. Floodwaters are frozen are opposite side. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.7'.

© Donald Schwert March 27: Temporary lift station (multiple pumps) along 15th Avenue N, Fargo, North Dakota.

© Donald Schwert March 27: Floodwaters (frozen) covering the baseball field at Jack Williams Stadium, Fargo, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.7'.

© Donald Schwert March 27: View facing southwest from Moorhead onto the Main Avenue Bridge. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.7'.

© Larry Hansen March 28: Dawn at Main Avenue bridge,Welded Gabion Box, Fargo, North Dakota. Just after crest.

© Daniel Reetz March 28: Flood just after crest at downtown Fargo. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.8'.

© Donald Schwert March 28: Flood just after crest at downtown Fargo, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.8'.

© Donald Schwert March 28: Flood just after crest at downtown Fargo,waratah fence post--Wire Mesh, North Dakota. View includes the Heritage Hjemkomst Center in Moorhead, Minnesota (white structure, far left). Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.8'.

© Donald Schwert March 28: Flood just after crest at downtown Fargo, North Dakota. View is to the south from the bridge on Main Avenue. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.8'.

© Donald Schwert March 28: Flood just after crest at downtown Moorhead, Minnesota. View is to the south from the bridge on Main Avenue. Flooded houses in the Woodlawn Park neighborhood are visible in the distance. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.8'.

© Donald Schwert March 28: Flood just after crest at downtown Fargo, North Dakota. View is of the flood wall at the east end of the Main Avenue bridge. Blue structure in the distance is the temporary buildup of the permanent dike at Island Park. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.8'.

© Donald Schwert March 28: Flood just after crest at downtown Fargo, North Dakota. View is at the east end of the Main Avenue bridge. Minor leakage is occurring from flood wall to the left. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.8'.

© Donald Schwert March 28: Flood just after crest along temporary earthen dike on top of 2nd Street N, downtown Fargo, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.8'.

© Donald Schwert March 28: Flood just after crest along temporary earthen dike on top of 2nd Street N, downtown Fargo, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.8'.

© Donald Schwert March 28: Earthen diking at S. Terrace and Elm Street N, Fargo, North Dakota. Dike in the foreground is a contingency dike lining Elm Street, should any the temporary diking in the Oak Grove Neighborhood fail. Red River (frozen) is visible in the distance. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.8'.

© Donald Schwert March 28: Earthen dike at 7th Avenue N and Oak Street, Fargo, North Dakota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.8'.

© Donald Schwert March 28: Earthen dike along Oak Street N, Fargo, North Dakota. View is to the north, toward Mikkelson Field. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.8'.

© Donald Schwert March 28: Earthen dike along Oak Street N at 8th Avenue N, Fargo, North Dakota. View is to the north, toward Mikkelson Field. Red River stage (at Fargo): 40.8'.

© Donald Schwert March 28: Sandbagged home, Oakport Township, north of Moorhead, Minnesota.

© Wendy Reed March 28: Sandbagged home, Oakport Township, north of Moorhead, Minnesota.

© Wendy Reed March 28: Dusk at Jack Williams Stadium, 12th Avenue N and Elm Street, Fargo, North Dakota.

© Daniel Reetz March 29: Snowmen walking on water are a reliable indicator of non-normalcy. Moorhead, Minnesota.

© Daniel Reetz March 29: BNSF railroad bridge, Moorhead, Minnesota.

© Daniel Reetz March 29: Media coverage of the flood is directed to outer space from a truck parked behind a snowpile, Moorhead, Minnesota.
© Daniel Reetz March 29: The downtown Fargo fire station serves as a mobilization center for both military and fire department traffic.

© Daniel Reetz March 29: Borrow pit for clay at 36th Avenue N and University Drive, Fargo, North Dakota. One of several massive pits being dug for clay, hauled away to build the temporary dikes.

© Guy Hokanson March 29: Moorhead, Minnesota. View northwestward onto flooded railroad bridge. The Heritage Hjemkomst Heritage Center is in the distance.
© Larry Hansen March 29: Moorhead, Minnesota. View northwestward toward the Moorhead Center Mall.

© Larry Hansen March 29: Moorhead, Minnesota. View northwestward from the Main Avenue Bridge.

© Larry Hansen March 30: With strong winds expected from the north, sheeting is laid upon an earthen dike to protect it from wave erosion. Elm Street N at 14th Avenue N, Fargo, North Dakota.

© Guy Hokanson March 30: Piles of sandbags, manufactured in India, await their destiny in Fargo, North Dakota.

© Daniel Reetz March 30: Heavy snows associated with the arrival yet another winter storm fall upon Fargo,Gabion box with pvc coated, as the flood threat continues. These words inscribed on the Statue of Liberty's tablet seem strangely appropriate: "Give me your tired . . . "  
© Daniel Reetz March 31: Amidst a heavy snowstorm, reporter Karen Pauls of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation records the reactions of Fargo citizens to the ongoing flood. 14th Avenue N. and Oak Street, just south of the earthen dike at El Zagal Golf Course.

© Donald Schwert March 28: The snows leave a restful setting, as the floodwaters recede from this house in Oakport Township, north of Moorhead, Minnesota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 38.3'.

© Wendy Reed March 28: Unlike their human neighbors, these birds did not need to build a sandbag dike. Oakport Township, north of Moorhead, Minnesota. Red River stage (at Fargo): 38.3'.

© Wendy Reed March 31: View west toward downtown Fargo from the parking ramp at the Moorhead (Minnesota) Center Mall. Red River stage (at Fargo): 37.8'.

© Daniel Reetz March 31: Moorhead, Minnesota. View west toward Fargo along 1st Avenue N. Red River stage (at Fargo): 37.8'.

© Daniel Reetz March 31: Moorhead, Minnesota. BNSF railroad bridge across the river. Red River stage (at Fargo): 37.8'.

© Daniel Reetz April 3: Moorhead, Minnesota. 2nd Street facing toward the southwest. Red River stage (at Fargo): 35.7'.

© Daniel Reetz

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