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Kentucky Air Guard EOD robot removes simulated pipe bombKentucky Air Guard EOD robot removes simulated pipe bomb
Kentucky Air Guard EOD robot removes simulated pipe bomb

A Remotec MK VI Andros robot, steered remotely by a Kentucky Air National Guard explosive ordnance disposal technician, carries a simulated pipe bomb to a secure location to be x-rayed during a training evolution at Camp Atterbury, Ind. By x-raying the suspect devic,e Airmen are able to determine the explosive capabilities of the device and properly disrupt it. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. D. Clare)
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Kentucky Air Guard EOD team member dons a bomb suitKentucky Air Guard EOD team member dons a bomb suit
Kentucky Air Guard EOD team member dons a bomb suit

Staff Sgt. Matthew ?Mouse? Meuser helps fellow explosive ordnance disposal technician Tech. Sgt. Lowery Woods adjust his EOD 8 bomb suit before proceeding to x-ray a simulated pipe bomb during a training evolution at Camp Atterbury, Ind. Kentucky Air National Guard Sergeants Meuser and Woods were on a training evolution after clearing the Indiana National Guard?s range of expended ordnance. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. D. Clare)
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Kentucky Air Guard EOD robot removes simulated pipe bombKentucky Air Guard EOD robot removes simulated pipe bomb
Kentucky Air Guard EOD robot removes simulated pipe bomb

A Remotec MK VI Andros robot, controlled by a Kentucky Air National Guard explosive ordnance disposal technician, carries a simulated pipe bomb to a safe location to x-ray its contents at Camp Atterbury, Ind. Kentucky Air National Guard EOD techs performed a variety of exercises to sharpen their skills after clearing an air-to-ground gunnery range for the 122nd Fighter Wing, Indiana Air National Guard. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. D. Clare)
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Kentucky Air Guard EOD robot removes simulated pipe bombKentucky Air Guard EOD robot removes simulated pipe bomb
Kentucky Air Guard EOD robot removes simulated pipe bomb

A Remotec MK VI Andros robot, steered remotely by a Kentucky Air National Guard explosive ordnance disposal technician, removes a simulated pipe bomb from a suspicious vehicle during a training evolution at Camp Atterbury, Ind. In addition to clearing the Camp Atterbury Air-to-Ground Gunnery Range for the Indiana National Guard, the Kentucky Airmen were able to get hands-on experience that will sharpen their skills for a variety of real world missions. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. D. Clare)
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Kentucky Air Guard technician controls an EOD robotKentucky Air Guard technician controls an EOD robot
Kentucky Air Guard technician controls an EOD robot

Staff Sgt. Matthew ?Mouse? Meuser, a Kentucky Air National Guard explosive ordnance disposal technician, controls the Remotec MK VI Andros robot as he checks a simulated suspicious vehicle during a training evolution at Camp Atterbury, Ind. In addition to clearing ordnance from an Indiana Air National Guard range on the base, Sergeant Meuser and his fellow EOD technicians were able to accomplish hands-on career-field training that would be impossible to complete at home station in Louisville, Ky. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. D. Clare)
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Kentucky Air Guard EOD team trains with Indiana State PoliceKentucky Air Guard EOD team trains with Indiana State Police
Kentucky Air Guard EOD team trains with Indiana State Police

Sergeant Andy Squier, an Indiana State Police hazardous devices technician, and Senior Master Sgt. Lou Corner, Kentucky Air National Guard EOD superintendent, discuss an x-ray of a 90mm high explosive shell at the Camp Atterbury Air-to-Ground Gunnery Range, Camp Atterbury, Ind. The shell, which was turned in to the Indiana State Police and detonated by Kentucky and Indiana EOD techs, could have caused serious harm if it had exploded in a residential environment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. D. Clare)
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Kentucky Air Guardsman prepares C-4 plastic explosives for EODKentucky Air Guardsman prepares C-4 plastic explosives for EOD
Kentucky Air Guardsman prepares C-4 plastic explosives for EOD

Tech. Sgt. Lowery Woods of the Kentucky Air National Guard attaches C-4 plastic explosives to a row of 25-pound practice bombs at the Camp Atterbury Air-to-Ground Gunnery Range in Indiana. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. D. Clare)
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Kentucky Air Guard EOD trains with Indiana State PoliceKentucky Air Guard EOD trains with Indiana State Police
Kentucky Air Guard EOD trains with Indiana State Police

From left, Staff Sgt. Matthew ?Mouse? Meuser, Indiana State Police Master Trooper Chris Hager and Indiana State Police Sergeant Andy Squier connect detonation cord to C-4 plastic explosives at Camp Atterbury Air-to-Ground Gunnery Range, Camp Atterbury, Ind. Master Trooper Hager and Sergeant Squier are Indiana State Police hazardous device technicians. Sergeant Meuser is an EOD technician with the Kentucky Air National Guard. By training and working together, the Indiana officers and Kentucky Airmen contribute to one another?s knowledge of different areas of explosive ordnance disposal. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. D. Clare)
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Kentucky Air Guardsman prepares C-4 plastic explosives for EOD

Staff Sgt. Matthew ?Mouse? Meuser of the Kentucky Air National Guard secures detonation cord that has been inserted into C-4 plastic explosives at Camp Atterbury, Ind. Cutting open the ordnance verifies that it does not contain high explosives and that the items are safe to be removed from the range. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. D. Clare)
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C-4 is prepared for Explosive Ordnance DisposalC-4 is prepared for Explosive Ordnance Disposal
C-4 is prepared for Explosive Ordnance Disposal

Tech. Sgt. Lowery Woods of the Kentucky Air National Guard attaches C-4 plastic explosives to a 500-pound practice bomb at Camp Atterbury, Ind. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. D. Clare)
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EOD technicians execute a controlled detonationEOD technicians execute a controlled detonation
EOD technicians execute a controlled detonation

Explosive ordnance disposal technicians from the Kentucky Air National Guard watch a controlled detonation of ordnance at the Camp Atterbury Air-to-Ground Gunnery Range, Camp Atterbury, Ind. While the excitement of a detonation is rewarding for the Airmen, safety is their primary goal in combat, stateside missions and training evolutions.
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Airmen prepare C-4 plastic explosives for EODAirmen prepare C-4 plastic explosives for EOD
Airmen prepare C-4 plastic explosives for EOD

Master Sgt. Shane Lagrone and Tech. Sgt. Lowery Woods of the Kentucky Air National Guard peel adhesives from C-4 plastic explosives before placing them on a long line of 500-pound practice bombs at Camp Atterbury, Ind. The ordnance, dropped by the 122nd Fighter Wing of the Indiana Air National Guard, must be recovered and inspected by explosive ordnance disposal technicians prior to entering the recycling stream. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. D. Clare)
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