FORT DRUM — The commissioner of the state Department of Environmental Conservation took part in training as a member of the Army Reserve, according to images provided by the post.

Basil Seggos, a captain in the reserves, trained at the post’s Air Assault School, where he worked on rappeling and went face-first down a 45-foot wall.

Capt. Seggos was appointed commissioner of the department in October 2015.

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