Hanscom responds

Col. Roman L. Hund, installation commander, speaks to members of the media outside the Vandenberg Gate at Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., shortly after the base returned to normal operations July 6. Earlier in the day, members of the 66th Security Forces Squadron detected some potentially explosive material during a routine vehicle inspection, which caused officials to close the Vandenberg Gate and evacuate several nearby base facilities. Explosive materials experts from the Mass. State Police eventually cleared the truck and the scene while taking samples from interior containers for additional evaluation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Mark Herlihy)

PHOTO BY: Mark Herlihy
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