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CMAFS Airmen stay sharp

CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN AIR FORCE STATION, Colo.— Staff Sgt. Jacob Hedgepeth, 721st Security Forces Squadron flight chief, handcuffs a simulated gunman Oct. 24, 2011, as part of a Condor Crest exercise. The simulated shooter came out of a vehicle in the parking lot near CMAFS’ Building 101 and ran into the Technical Support Facility. The scenario consisted of the gunman shooting and injuring one person before the 721st SFS Airman apprehended him. The purpose of the exercise is to train and evaluate wing personnel’s readiness and preparedness during emergency and crisis scenarios. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lea Johnson)

CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN AIR FORCE STATION, Colo.— Staff Sgt. Jacob Hedgepeth, 721st Security Forces Squadron flight chief, handcuffs a simulated gunman Oct. 24, 2011, as part of a Condor Crest exercise. The simulated shooter came out of a vehicle in the parking lot near CMAFS’ Building 101 and ran into the Technical Support Facility. The scenario consisted of the gunman shooting and injuring one person before the 721st SFS Airman apprehended him. The purpose of the exercise is to train and evaluate wing personnel’s readiness and preparedness during emergency and crisis scenarios. (U.S. Air Force photo/Lea Johnson)

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