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Base Exercise may impact traffic and access

Posted 11/5/2010   Updated 11/5/2010 Email story   Print story

    


Release Number: 021110

11/5/2010 - Maxwell AFB 11/05/2010 -- AIR UNIVERSITY
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Maxwell AFB, AL 36112
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Nov. 5, 2010
Release #11-05-10


Tuesday base exercise may affect traffic, access

MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, Ala. - Visitors to Maxwell Air Force Base and Gunter Annex should expect delays at the gates Tuesday, Nov. 9, as base and Montgomery emergency response teams conduct an "active shooter" exercise.
Military bases conduct active shooter exercises to monitor base personnel and emergency response teams' ability to react to reports of a gunman on the installation.

Base officials are asking people who have business on Maxwell or Gunter to plan accordingly and exercise patience.

Maxwell and Gunter hold periodic exercises to ensure base personnel are prepared to respond in cases of natural disasters, accidents, and other emergencies.



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