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Exercise Exercise Exercise: March BRE tests Airmen's readiness

Airmen mark off an area near a simulated Unexploded Ordnance during the March Base Readiness Exercise March 16. The exercise was held in preparation for the upcoming June Operational Readiness Inspection. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Walter Santos)

Airmen mark off an area near a simulated Unexploded Ordnance during the March Base Readiness Exercise March 16. The exercise was held in preparation for the upcoming June Operational Readiness Inspection. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Walter Santos)

66th Comptroller Squadron members Staff Sgt. Hugo Garcia, left, and Senior Airman Keenan Gunter, right, carry Senior Airman Yunji Harris, 66th CPTS, who was designated as a Self-Aid and Buddy Care 'victim' during the March Base Readiness Exercise. Approximately 140 Airmen "deployed" to Camp Patriot to demonstrate their ability to survive and operate in a field environment. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Mark Wyatt)

66th Comptroller Squadron members Staff Sgt. Hugo Garcia, left, and Senior Airman Keenan Gunter, right, carry Senior Airman Yunji Harris, 66th CPTS, who was designated as a Self-Aid and Buddy Care 'victim' during the March Base Readiness Exercise. Approximately 140 Airmen "deployed" to Camp Patriot to demonstrate their ability to survive and operate in a field environment. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Mark Wyatt)

Members of the Air Base Wing Unit Control Center tent at Camp Patriot evacuate following a simulated fire March 15 during the March Base Readiness Exercise. Approximately 140 Airmen "deployed" to Camp Patriot to demonstrate their ability to survive and operate in a field environment. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Walter Santos)

Members of the Air Base Wing Unit Control Center tent at Camp Patriot evacuate following a simulated fire March 15 during the March Base Readiness Exercise. Approximately 140 Airmen "deployed" to Camp Patriot to demonstrate their ability to survive and operate in a field environment. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Walter Santos)

From left, 1st Lt. Thomas Heine, Air Force Research Laboratory, 2nd Lt. Katie Miller, 753rd Intelligence Squadron, and Airman 1st Class Jonathan Blanck, AFRL, consult the Airman's Manual, AFMAN 10-100, while using a radio to communicate with the Air Base Defense Unit Control Center tent at Camp Patriot. Operations at Camp Patriot continued for 24-hours per day with Airman reporting for both day and night shifts. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Mark Wyatt)

From left, 1st Lt. Thomas Heine, Air Force Research Laboratory, 2nd Lt. Katie Miller, 753rd Intelligence Squadron, and Airman 1st Class Jonathan Blanck, AFRL, consult the Airman's Manual, AFMAN 10-100, while using a radio to communicate with the Air Base Defense Unit Control Center tent at Camp Patriot. Operations at Camp Patriot continued for 24-hours per day with Airman reporting for both day and night shifts. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Mark Wyatt)