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Base exercise starts Monday

First responders from the 21st Civil Engineer Squadron fire department treat a casualty from a three vehicle accident on Hamilton Avenue during the Condor Crest exercise Feb. 28. The accident scenario was caused by an ice storm and resulted in a fuel spill, 20 casualties and two deaths. The Condor Crest emergency response exercise was held Feb. 25-March 1 as part of the 21st Space Wing's continued commitment to ensure base readiness. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lea Johnson)

First responders from the 21st Civil Engineer Squadron fire department treat a mock casualty during a past Condor Crest exercise. The 21st Space Wing is having an emergency response exercise April 29-May 3 as part of the 21st Space Wing's continued commitment to ensure base readiness. (U.S. Air Force file photo)

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Peterson Air Force Base members will conduct emergency response exercises April 29 to May 3 as part of the 21st Space Wing's continued commitment to ensure base readiness.
 
These exercises may cause short delays at all Peterson AFB and Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station gates. There will be some traffic disruption and potentially some temporary delays in services in the areas where exercise scenarios are taking place. We ask our mission partners and community members for patience. These exercises provide vital evaluations of Peterson AFB emergency plans and ensure emergency response forces are able to effectively manage crisis events.

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