EOD, NASA take blast at the past

Two 412th Civil Engineer Group Explosive Ordnance Disposal technicians prepare to dispose of approximately 500 pounds of potentially volatile expired NASA ordnance June 8 at the Open Burn/Open Detonation range. Since a growing number of explosive ejection seat items had been in storage at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center Life Support shop over the years and needed to be disposed of, the NASA AFRC Life Support shop sought out the assistance of the EOD team to dispose of these expired and potentially volatile items. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jet Fabara)

PHOTO BY: Jet Fabara
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