45th Rescue Wing Civil Engineer Squadron Biologists Rescue 175 Pound Loggerhead Turtle

By  //  April 22, 2016

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The 45th Civil Engineer Squadron biologist staff Angy Chambers, Rachel Mandel and Rick Brust rescued a 175 lb Loggerhead today on the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station beach just north of Space Launch Complex 37. (45th Space Wing image)

The 45th Civil Engineer Squadron biologist staff Angy Chambers, Rachel Mandel and Rick Brust rescued a 175 pound Loggerhead this week on the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station beach just north of Space Launch Complex 37. (45th Space Wing image)

BREVARD COUNTY • CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – The 45th Civil Engineer Squadron biologist staff Angy Chambers, Rachel Mandel and Rick Brust rescued a 175 pound Loggerhead on the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station beach just north of Space Launch Complex 37.

She was found during their normal early season sea turtle nesting census being conducted by Mandel.

Chambers, Mandel and Brust rescued her and held her in triage until she could be transported to Sea World for rehabilitation and hopeful release back into the wild.

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The 45th Civil Engineer Squadron biologist staff Angy Chambers, Rachel Mandel and Rick Brust rescued a 175 lb Loggerhead today on the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station beach just north of Space Launch Complex 37. (45th Space Wing image)

The 45th Civil Engineer Squadron biologist staff Angy Chambers, Rachel Mandel and Rick Brust rescued a 175 pound Loggerhead this week on the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station beach just north of Space Launch Complex 37. (45th Space Wing image)


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