Active Shooter Training

Airman Frist Class Tyler Shepherd from the 110th Attack Wing, Battle Creek, Mich. Security Forces Squadron and his team clears a building looking for an active shooter during an active shooter training scenario at the Security Forces Squadron building, Nov. 23, 2016. Active shooter training provides first responders the opportunity to practice skills and techniques to better prepare them if a real world situation occures. First responders are givien different challenges each time to overcome and placed into stressful situations to help neutralize the threat. The 110th ATKW SFS trains on a daily basis different pieces of situations to help keep there skills sharp. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Scott Thompson/released)

PHOTO BY: Master Sergeant Scott Thompson
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