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Peterson AFB exercise may cause traffic delays

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – Two 21st Civil Engineer Squadron firemen assist a Condor Crest exercise “victim” from the site of a staged multi-vehicle accident which resulted in a chemical spill at the intersection of Ent Avenue and Peterson Boulevard Aug. 26. The vehicle accident and resultant chemical spill scenario was the centerpiece of the wing’s four-day Condor Crest exercise. The 21st Space Wing holds Condor Crest exercises throughout the year to evaluate internal processes for effectiveness and efficiency. (Air Force photo by Rob Lingley)

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – Two 21st Civil Engineer Squadron firemen assist a Condor Crest exercise “victim” from the site of a staged multi-vehicle accident which resulted in a chemical spill. The vehicle accident and resultant chemical spill scenario was the centerpiece of the wing’s four-day Condor Crest exercise. The 21st Space Wing holds Condor Crest exercises throughout the year to evaluate internal processes for effectiveness and efficiency. (Air Force file photo)

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Members of Peterson Air Force Base will conduct an emergency response exercise Feb. 27-March 2 as part of the 21st Space Wing's continued commitment to ensure base readiness.

Visitors and employees should expect delays at all entry gates. There will be some traffic disruption and potentially temporary delays in services where exercise scenarios are conducted.

Mission partners and community members are asked for continued patience as wing personnel participate in essential training to ensure emergency response forces are able to effectively respond to unplanned crisis situations.

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