Staff photo by Ben Benton/Chattanooga Times Free Press - From left, Military Munitions Response Program manager Denny Timmons, Arnold Engineering Development Center public affairs director Jason Austin, Chris Elkins, with AEDC's Natural Resources project, and Phil Couch, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Ordnance and Explosive safety specialist, talk about upcoming efforts to sweep more than 500 acres of property for training mines and other unexploded ordinance this spring. In the foreground are three of 19 M1B1 anti-tank training mines found so far.
Staff photo by Ben Benton/Chattanooga Times Free Press - From left, Military Munitions Response Program manager Denny Timmons, Arnold Engineering Development Center public affairs director Jason Austin, Chris Elkins, with AEDC's Natural Resources project, and Phil Couch, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Ordnance and Explosive safety specialist, talk about upcoming efforts to sweep more than 500 acres of property for training mines and other unexploded ordinance this spring. In the foreground are three of 19 M1B1 anti-tank training mines found so far.
published Sunday, March 6th, 2011
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