When the third quarter, base-wide exercise concluded Aug. 4, Wing Inspection Team members and exercise planners turned to the task of reviewing the observations noted during events covered in their respective regions of responsibility.
The week’s exercises began early, July 31, using an active shooter response event held at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. To decrease the impact on museum patrons but still be able to assess the staff’s reaction to an active shooter scenario, the exercise started and concluded well before the arrival of some of the day’s museum visitors.
Elsewhere on the setup, and during the week, many individual organizations tested their associates on the use of an automatic external defibrillator, or AED, a potentially life-saving device for heart attack sufferers.
On Aug. 1, unit deployment managers, personnel deployment function staff and evaluators gathered in the Deployment Processing Center for a table-top deployment exercise. The table-top construct gave visibility of each participant’s area of responsibility and an opportunity|an opportunity and responsibility to ask questions of one another, which isn’t always seen during traditional exercises|exercises or real-world deployments|real-world deployments or conventional exercises|exercises.
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