Staff Sgt. Tim Ransom, a 22nd Civil Engineer Squadron member serving as a 22nd Security Forces augmentee, hands out Eagle Eyes pamphlets March 1 while checking identification cards at McConnell’s main gate. Eagle Eyes is an Air force-wide defensive program geared toward teaching people to detect and deter terrorism. The program educates people on the planning activities associated with terrorist acts. It is also designed to encourage people to notify authorities when they see something suspicious. To schedule an Eagle Eyes briefing at McConnell, call 759-4124. To report suspicious activities, call local law enforcement authorities or the McConnell law enforcement desk at 759-3976. (Air Force photo by Senior Airman Amanda Currier)
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