No rushing: slow is smooth, smooth is fast for EOD Airmen

166th Airlift Wing explosive ordnance technician Staff Sgt. Dominic Buckmuse, right, tosses aside chemical sealing tape as he and Staff Sgt. Seth Kohn begin to remove their "contaminated" chemical gear at the New Castle Air National Guard Base, April 7, 2019. Emergency management Airmen helped a team of three EOD Airmen "decontaminate" their clothing after an exercise to practice decontaminating, sealing and transporting potentially hazardous materials. These practice munitions are not harmful, but Airmen still treat the situation as a realistic training environment. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Capt. Logan Clark)

PHOTO BY: Capt. Logan Clark
VIRIN: 190407-Z-IF474-0359.JPG
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