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Blacksnake training.

The 122nd Fighter Wing conducts a periodical Unit Effectiveness Inspection, Sunday.

Air National Guard trains for the worst

Photos by Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
Tech. Sgt. Kurt Briner checks in with the emergency operations center after his post attack reconnaisance team inspected a portion of the base for threats during a four-day training exercise Sunday for the Air National Guard’s 122nd Fighter Wing. Squadron members learned the requirements necessary to maintain their standard operations levels while under various threats, including security breaches, virus threats and chemical attacks.
Men and women in the emergency operations center direct the unit effectiveness training Sunday for the Air National Guard’s 122nd Fighter Wing.

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