436th CES Entomology proactive against West Nile Virus

Airman 1st Class Jamie Tstinic, 436th Civil Engineering Squadron pest control apprentice, gets ready to drop a packet of VectoLex WSP into a puddle of standing water Oct. 6, 2016, in the Dover Family Housing area, Dover Air Force Base, Del. Tstinic and other members of the 436th CES Entomology section placed numerous 10-gram packets of VectoLex WSP, a selective microbial insecticide, anywhere standing water was present. Once the insecticide has dissolved, it can remain effective up to four weeks. (U.S. Air Force photo by Roland Balik)

PHOTO BY: GS-09 / Roland Balik
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