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Active shooter exercise tests response

Robert Brown, special agent with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, debriefs building occupants following an active shooter training exercise here, July 26, 2016. Brown explained what would happen in the aftermath of an active shooter event. The base-wide exercise involved an active shooter opening fire in the supply building using blank rounds shot from an M-4 training rifle. All base buildings were locked down and some work centers were evacuated while Wing Inspection Team members evaluated. The scenario was designed to test responses from building managers and occupants and installation security forces. (U.S. Air Force photo/Eric White)

PHOTO BY: Eric White
VIRIN: 160726-F-PO120-057.JPG
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