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Tech. Sgt. Leonardo Castro and Senior Airman Brandon Shaffer, 412th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron maintainers, map the coordinates of a simulated unexploded ordnance during Phase II of an Operational Readiness Exercise Jan. 28. The exercise assessed the base's plans, procedures, responses and new processes for training and evaluating at Camp Corum. (Air Force photo/ Mike Cassidy)

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