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MUNS constructionMUNS construction
MUNS construction

Construction continues on earth covered storage igloos for the 341st Munitions Squadron at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. With previous storage igloos, MUNS personnel were required to have waivers to store munitions. (U.S. Air Force photo/MSgt. Jason Thompson)
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Posted: 8/14/2014

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MUNS construction

Contractors work on the new conventional maintenance building for the 341st Munitions Squadron at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. The building they currently work in was constructed in the early 1950s. Adding on to the old age, the building has dealt with a sewage problem which has caused flooding on multiple occasions. (U.S. Air Force photo/MSgt. Jason Thompson)
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Posted: 8/14/2014

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DBIDS

Airman 1st Class Kendal Beverly, 341st Security Forces Squadron installation patrolman, uses a Defense Biometric Identification System scanner to verify a Department of Defense-issued ID card for someone requesting access to Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Since Aug. 1, the DBIDS system now queries the FBI data base to check if there is an outstanding warrant on card holders. (Air Force photo/John Turner)
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Posted: 8/13/2014

LF T-49 demolitionLF T-49 demolition
LF T-49 demolition

Contractors bury Launch Facility T-49’s dismantled launcher-closure door August 5, 2014, approximately 25 miles west of Conrad, Mont. The site is the last of 50 Minuteman III missile launch silos once operated by the 564th Missile Squadron that are being eliminated from Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont., in compliance with the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty. (Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 8/6/2014

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LF T-49 demolition

Col. Tom Wilcox, 341st Missile Wing commander, photographs Launch Facility T-49’s dismantled launcher-closure door August 5, 2014. The site is the last of 50 Minuteman III missile launch silos once operated by the 564th Missile Squadron that are being eliminated from Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont., in compliance with the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty. (Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 8/6/2014

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LF T-49 demolition

The 110-ton launcher-closure door at Launch Facility T-49 is pulled off its rails into a hole August 5, 2014. The site is the last of 50 Minuteman III missile launch silos once operated by the 564th Missile Squadron that are being eliminated from Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont., in compliance with the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty. (Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 8/6/2014

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LF T-49 demolition

Lt. Gen. Stephen Wilson, Air Force Global Strike Command commander (center) reviews the demolition of Launch Facility T-49 with Col. Tom Wilcox, 341st Missile Wing commander, and Rick Bialczak, 341st MW treaty compliance office chief, August 5, 2014. The site is the last of 50 Minuteman III missile launch silos once operated by the 564th Missile Squadron that are being eliminated from Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont., in compliance with the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty. (Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 8/6/2014

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LF T-49 demolition

An aerial view of Launch Facility T-49 shows demolition of the launcher in progress August 5, 2014. The site is located approximately 25 miles west of Conrad, Mont., and is the final deactivated Minuteman III missile launch silo of 50 once operated by the 564th Missile Squadron being eliminated from Malmstrom Air Force Base in accordance with the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty. (Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 8/6/2014

Skid monster training Skid monster training
Skid monster training

Airmen from the 341st Security Forces Group perform skid training on Malmstrom Air Force Base’s decommissioned flightline July 30. With the use of a skid, instructors can simulate driving on gravel roads, black ice, in snowy conditions and in situations where a vehicle may lose traction. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/31/2014

Skid monster training Skid monster training
Skid monster training

Staff Sgt. Cody Berry, 341st Security Forces Group trainer, manipulates a skid from the passenger seat of an up-armored Humvee July 30. In order to provide the most accurate training, Instructors use a variety of techniques to simulate various road conditions while students navigate a pre-determined road course. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/31/2014

Skid monster training Skid monster training
Skid monster training

A skid training platform, also known as a ‘skid monster,’ is attached to the undercarriage of an up-armored Humvee for a training session on Malmstrom Air Force Base’s decommissioned flightline July 30. Skid trainers allow drivers to experience various road conditions while in a controlled training environment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/31/2014

Code changeCode change
Code change

Missile combat crew members 2nd Lt. Wesley Griffith (left) and 1st Lt. Katie Grimley, both from the 10th Missile Squadron, Malmstrom Air Force Base, work in the launch control center of missile alert facility Alpha-01 on July 15. The base successfully completed its codes change program July 25, updating all 150 launch facilities and 15 launch control centers, ensuring the base’s arsenal of Minuteman III Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles remain a safe, secure and effective strategic deterrent for America. (U.S. Air Force photo/Josh Aycock)
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Posted: 7/30/2014

LRS keeps base vehicles purringLRS keeps base vehicles purring
LRS keeps base vehicles purring

Senior Airman Hunter Dombek, 341st Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle mechanic, replaces a passenger side valve cover gasket/intake gaskets and turbo charger seals on a 6.5-liter diesel engine July 23. When junior airmen first arrive to the vehicle maintenance shop, they are tasked with performing the novice jobs such as oil changes, filter changes, and pressure washing the vehicles. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Joshua Smoot)
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Posted: 7/28/2014

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LRS keeps base vehicles purring

Airman 1st Class Latrelle Jones, 341st Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle maintenance journeyman, replaces a passenger side valve cover gasket/intake gaskets and turbo charger seals on a 6.5-liter diesel engine July 23. Although the vehicle maintenance shop does work on multiple squadrons’ vehicles, their main mission is to support security forces. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Joshua Smoot)
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Posted: 7/28/2014

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LRS keeps base vehicles purring

Senior Airman Benjamin Fisher, 341st Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle mechanic, checks proper engine oil level after a scheduled lube, oil and filter change July 23. On average, the vehicle maintenance shop works on about 12 to 28 vehicles per week. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Joshua Smoot)
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Posted: 7/28/2014

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LRS keeps base vehicles purring

Airman 1st Class Jeremy McNeal, 341st Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle maintenance apprentice, pressure washes a security forces Humvee July 23. Not every vehicle they receive is clean. The maintenance shop pressure washes every vehicle that comes through. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Joshua Smoot)
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Posted: 7/28/2014

Physical Therapy Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy

Airman 1st Class Kaitlyn Arteaga, 341st Medical Group physical therapy technician demonstrates the use of a pelvic traction machine, which helps patients with back and or neck pain. Traction is used to stretch the spine, releasing any tension or pressure on the spine, and may be used in conjunction with exercises to help ease pain, as well as other symptoms. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/23/2014

Physical Therapy Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy

Airman 1st Class Kaitlyn Arteaga, 341st Medical Group physical therapy technician (left), and Tech. Sgt Hugo Reinor, 341st MDG physical therapy technician, demonstrate the practice of a common core stabilization exercise performed in the physical therapy clinic. Core stabilization exercises strengthen the abdominal core muscles, which support and align the spine in its correct neutral position. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/23/2014

Physical Therapy Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy

Tech. Sgt Hugo Reinor, 341st Medical Group physical therapy technician, demonstrates range of motion techniques, which are used to help rehabilitate injured patients with shoulder issues. The physical therapy technician or physical therapist will gently assist the patient, working the joint through a natural level of resistance. The motion demonstrated helps stretch external rotation of the shoulder, which increases range of motion. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/23/2014

CoCCoC
CoC

Maj. Michael McConnell (right), accepts command of the 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron from Col. Kenneth Speidel, 341st Maintenance group commander, at the 3 Bay Hangar on July 21. Lt. Col. Thomas Vance was the relinquishing commander of the 341st MMXS. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/22/2014

PlumbersPlumbers
Plumbers

Airman 1st Class Broderick Richmond, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron water and fuel system maintainer, tests the flow rate from a fire hydrant to July 11. The purpose for this is so the fire department knows how much water they can get out of each fire hydrant. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Joshua Smoot)
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Posted: 7/17/2014

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Plumbers

Airman 1st Class Armond Coleman, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron water and fuel system maintainer, performs a backwash July 11 at the base pool. WFSM maintain and repair 507 fire hydrants and 800 backflow prevention devices around the base and missile field. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Joshua Smoot)
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Posted: 7/17/2014

Big MissilesBig Missiles
Big Missiles

Airman 1st Class Trevor Hustad (left), and Airman 1st Class Ryan Walters, both 341st Missile Security Forces Squadron security team members, pose for a photo June 12 near Judith Gap, Mont. (U.S. Air Force photo/John Turner)
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Posted: 7/15/2014

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Big Missiles

Members of the 341st Missile Security Forces Squadron demonstrate a sweep June 12 near Judith Gap, Mont. Pictured from left to right are: Senior Airman Matthew Roether, Airman 1st Class Bethany Zupkow; Airman 1st Class Samuel Earney; Senior Airman Grant Gipson; and Staff Sgt. Darby Rochleau. (U.S. Air Force photo/John Turner)
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Posted: 7/15/2014

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Big Missiles

Maj. Justin Secrest, 341st Missile Security Forces Squadron commander (right), talks with members of the squadron’s Charlie flight June 12 in Judith Gap, Mont. The flight was providing security support during the wing codes change program in the 490th Missile Squadron area. (U.S. Air Force photo / John Turner)
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Posted: 7/15/2014

COMMCOMM
COMM

Senior Airman Andrae Goode, 341st Communications Squadron visual imagery and intrusion detection systems technician, calibrates a Remote Targeting Engagement System camera on a final denial system July 10. Routine maintenance and repair of all systems, mechanical and electrical, is a critical part of communications personnel activities. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/10/2014

COMMCOMM
COMM

Airmen from the 341st Communications Squadron at Malmstrom Air Force Base replace worn computer parts, destroy used hard drives and check system functions as part of their daily operations July 9. These daily routines are required to keep Malmstrom's equipment and integral systems running smoothly. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/10/2014

COMMCOMM
COMM

Airmen from the 341st Communications Squadron at Malmstrom Air Force Base replace worn computer parts, destroy used hard drives and check system functions as part of their daily operations July 9. These daily routines are required to keep Malmstrom's equipment and integral systems running smoothly. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/10/2014

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COMM

Senior Airman Anthony Zamudio, 341st Communications Squadron client systems technician, uses a degaussing machine to erase hard drive data July 10 before physically destroying the drive. To safely dispose of confidential information, a detailed process must be followed which includes complete destruction of the hardware components. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/10/2014

COMMCOMM
COMM

Airmen from the 341st Communications Squadron at Malmstrom Air Force Base replace worn computer parts, destroy used hard drives and check system functions as part of their daily operations July 9. These daily routines are required to keep Malmstrom's equipment and integral systems running smoothly. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/10/2014

COMMCOMM
COMM

A hard drive is decommissioned with a sledgehammer hard drive crusher, which is used to permanently destroy the units according to the approved destruction method at Malmstrom’s client systems center on July 10. In order to prevent unwanted review of old files and documents, physical storage mediums are degaussed and physically broken before being recycled. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/10/2014

COMMCOMM
COMM

Airmen from the 341st Communications Squadron at Malmstrom Air Force Base replace worn computer parts, destroy used hard drives and check system functions as part of their daily operations July 9. These daily routines are required to keep Malmstrom's equipment and integral systems running smoothly. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/10/2014

COMMCOMM
COMM

Airmen from the 341st Communications Squadron at Malmstrom Air Force Base replace worn computer parts, destroy used hard drives and check system functions as part of their daily operations July 9. These daily routines are required to keep Malmstrom's equipment and integral systems running smoothly. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/10/2014

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COMM

Airmen from the 341st Communications Squadron at Malmstrom Air Force Base replace worn computer parts, destroy used hard drives and check system functions as part of their daily operations July 9. These daily routines are required to keep Malmstrom's equipment and integral systems running smoothly. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/10/2014

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COMM

Airman 1st Class Daniel Rome, 341st Communications Squadron client support technician, installs a hard drive into a Hewlett Packard 6005 computer during a refurbishment project July 10. Client support technicians are trained in a variety of specialties to include the full repair and installation of computers, printers and integrated electronic systems. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/10/2014

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Airmen from the 341st Communications Squadron at Malmstrom Air Force Base replace worn computer parts, destroy used hard drives and check system functions as part of their daily operations July 9. These daily routines are required to keep Malmstrom's equipment and integral systems running smoothly. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 7/10/2014

TIBTIB
TIB

Tops In Blue members take the stage together during the final song of their performance at the Montana Expopark in Great Falls on June 23. After the show, TIB members greeted attendees and spoke about their experiences while on tour. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 6/25/2014

TIBTIB
TIB

Tops in Blue members dress up as minions from the movie “Despicable Me” during a song performed at the Montana Expopark in Great Falls on June 23. During parts of the show TIB members dressed up as characters from classic Disney movies such as “Beauty and the Beast” and “Frozen”. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 6/25/2014

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TIB

Master Sgt. Justin Worley, Tops In Blue musician, plays lead guitar during the opening act of the Tops In Blue performance at the Montana Expopark in Great Falls on June 23. During the performance, members of the Tops In Blue team performed songs such as “Let It Go” from the movie Frozen, “Suit and Tie” by Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake as well as classic rock and jazz ensembles. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 6/25/2014

Change of CommandChange of Command
Change of Command

Maj. Matthew Nix (center) accepts command of the 341st Security Forces Support squadron from Col. Kenneth Oneil, 341st Security Forces Group commander, at the Grizzly Bend on June 13. Maj. Brian Copper, former 341st SSPTS squadron commander, looks on. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 6/16/2014

FIPFIP
FIP

Tech. Sgts. Justin Jones (left), and Timothy Adkins, both 12th Missile Squadron facility managers, load a worn couch onto a stake bed at India 1 missile alert facility on June 10. Malmstrom MAFs are receiving new furniture, couches, chairs and recreational items, as a result of the Force Improvement Program. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/11/2014

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FIP

Tech. Sgts. Justin Jones (left), and Timothy Adkins, both 12th Missile Squadron facility managers, place a new couch at India 1 missile alert facility on June 10. As a result of Air Force Global Strike Command’s Force Improvement Program, the 341st Operations Group is receiving 30 new couches and dining tables to replace worn, dilapidated furniture. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/11/2014

FM FM
FM

Staff Sgt. David Golab, 12th Missile Squadron facility manager, gives a safety brief at India 1 missile alert facility. Safety briefs are required to be given every time a guest visits a MAF in order to prevent injury in dangerous conditions and to illustrate how a MAF performs its daily operations. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/11/2014

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FM

Staff Sgt. David Golab, 12th Missile Squadron facility manager, checks to make sure there are no emergency lights lit on a cable air dryer during a routine checkup. The inspection was part of a checklist every facility manager must accomplish when they take command of their facility. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/11/2014

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FM

Staff Sgt. David Golab, 12th Missile Squadron facility manager, browses through a technical order while at India 1 missile alert facility. Golab follows daily checklists during his 72-hour tour at MAFs. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Katrina Heikkinen)
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Posted: 6/11/2014

CBRNECBRNE
CBRNE

Staff Sgt. Irak Garcia-Real, 341st Medical Operations Squadron bio-environmental technician (Left), and Staff Sgt. Brock Evans, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron emergency management technician (center), prepare to enter a simulated danger zone during an exercise at Malmstrom’s old Base Exchange on June 4. Before entering the building, Garcia-Real and Evans don “level A” hazmat suits, which provide the highest level of protection from radiological and chemical hazards. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 6/9/2014

CBRNECBRNE
CBRNE

Joint emergency management and bio-environmental teams identify simulated unknown chemical hazards during a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive exercise at the old Base Exchange on June 4. Emergency personnel must treat hazard areas like crime scenes, to not only contain a possible threat, but collect evidence for further examination and courtroom purposes. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 6/9/2014

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CBRNE

Tech. Sgt. Jonathan Maas, 341st Civil Engineer Squadron emergency management NCO in charge (center), identifies a simulated unknown chemical hazard using “Hazmat ID” detection equipment during a training session at the old Base Exchange on June 4. In order to detect unknown threats, emergency personnel use a wide array of specialized equipment such as gas meters to detect explosive atmospheres and alpha, beta particle detectors for radioactive environments. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Collin Schmidt)
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Posted: 6/9/2014

    

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