Photo by Air Force Master Sgt. Patrick Cashin

On April 5, more than 100 guardsmen sported the red caps for the first time and cheerfully yelled “to the HORSE” during the 201st RED HORSE Squadron, Det. 1 activation ceremony at Willow Grove Air Reserve Station, Pa. RED HORSE stands for Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operational Repair Squadron Engineer. These units are self sufficient, 404-person mobile squadrons that provide major force bed-down, heavy damage repair, and heavy engineering operations in remote, high-threat environments worldwide.

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