EOD trains to maintain readiness

Senior Airman Dylan Babb, 628th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician, dons a gas mask during training, June 28, 2017. EOD here trained over the course of a week to ensure they are retaining knowledge and can efficiently use their skillsets in real world situations.

Senior Airman Dylan Babb, 628th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician, dons a gas mask during training, June 28, 2017. EOD here trained over the course of a week to ensure they are retaining knowledge and can efficiently use their skillsets in real world situations.

Staff Sgt. Eric Jones, 628th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician, reaches for an ordinance during training exercise Mogul Wrath, June 27, 2017. EOD trains consistently to sharpen their skills and readiness.

Staff Sgt. Eric Jones, 628th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician, reaches for an ordinance during training exercise Mogul Wrath, June 27, 2017. EOD trains consistently to sharpen their skills and readiness.

Airmen from the 628th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal shop discuss a plan of action during operation Mogul Wrath, June 27, 2017. Mogul Wrath is an extensive training operation EOD here hopes to implement semi-annually.

Airmen from the 628th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal shop discuss a plan of action during operation Mogul Wrath, June 27, 2017. Mogul Wrath is an extensive training operation EOD here hopes to implement semi-annually.

Staff Sgt. Eric Jones, 628th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician, helps his wingman with his gas mask during training, June 28, 2017. During exercise Mogul Wrath, teams completed training events which used various practical skills, EOD specialized equipment and scenario-based full spectrum emergency responses.

Staff Sgt. Eric Jones, 628th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician, helps his wingman with his gas mask during training, June 28, 2017. During exercise Mogul Wrath, teams completed training events which used various practical skills, EOD specialized equipment and scenario-based full spectrum emergency responses.

Senior Airman Dylan Babb, 628th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance technician, investigates a weapons cache during training operation Mogul Wrath, June 27, 2017. EOD here trained over the course of a week to ensure they are retaining knowledge and can efficiently use their skillsets in real world situations.

Senior Airman Dylan Babb, 628th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance technician, investigates a weapons cache during training operation Mogul Wrath, June 27, 2017. EOD here trained over the course of a week to ensure they are retaining knowledge and can efficiently use their skillsets in real world situations.

Senior Airman Dylan Babb, 628th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician, walks in a bomb suit during an EOD training exercise, June 27, 2017. EOD trains consistently to sharpen their skills and readiness.

Senior Airman Dylan Babb, 628th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician, walks in a bomb suit during an EOD training exercise, June 27, 2017. EOD trains consistently to sharpen their skills and readiness.

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