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EOD Brings the BOOM

Airman 1st Class Brightly Pell, 22nd Civil Engineering Squadron explosive ordnance technician, checks to ensure blasting caps are serviceable during controlled training detonations Jan. 14, 2020, at McConnell Air Force Base, Kansas. An EOD technician is responsible for the detection, disarming, detonation and disposal of explosives that pose a threat to service members and civilians around the world. Each Airman in the EOD fight is required to complete a minimum of 16 hours of mission based training each week. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Nilsa E. Garcia)

PHOTO BY: Airman 1st Class Nilsa E. Garcia
VIRIN: 200114-F-TZ273-0019.JPG
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CAMERA

NIKON D850

LENS

24.0-85.0 mm f/2.8-4.0

APERTURE

4

SHUTTERSPEED

1/800

ISO

100

IMAGE IS PUBLIC DOMAIN

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