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Base exercise simulates active shooter threat

Posted 2/17/2012   Updated 2/17/2012 Email story   Print story


2/17/2012 - Holding a simulated weapon, Staff Sgt. Brent Olson and military working dog Akim of the K-9 unit from 42nd Security Forces sweep building 1487 in search of a simulated active shooter Tuesday. The exercise assessed the ability of base personnel and emergency response teams to react to reports of a gunman on the installation. Maxwell and Gunter hold periodic exercises to ensure base personnel are prepared to respond to an assortment of challenges, including natural disasters, accidents and other emergencies. (Air Force photo/Donna Burnett)

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