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CATM range passes evaluation, resumes weapons training June 22

Posted 6/23/2010   Updated 6/23/2010 Email story   Print story

    

6/23/2010 - Darnell Edmonds, left, U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. John Foster and Joe Rackley look at a profile view of a blue print of the improved weapons firing range on Joint Base Charleston, S.C., June 21, 2010. The range was repaired due to safety deficiencies and resumed training operations June 22 after a successful series of tests. The project started March 26 and was completed June 21 at a cost of nearly $500,000. Mr. Edmonds is the 628th Air Base Wing deputy ground safety manager, Sergeant Foster is the NCO in charge of combat arms training and maintenance with the 628th Security Forces Squadron, and Mr. Rackley is Simplified Acquisition Base Engineering Requirements project manager. (U.S. Air Force photo/James M. Bowman)(released)



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