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Large-scale military exercise taking over Grant County International Airport

Large-scale military exercise taking over Grant County International Airport



when the cold rolls in it's time to turn on the heater and cozy up with a book – turning up the heat I mean higher electric bills and for some families and tough time that could mean choosing between a warm meal or a warm house for decades people like you have expended a hand to help local families in need pay those winter electric bills share the warmth description to help keep your neighbor warm by giving a little when you pay your grant PTO just after midnight on August 3rd about 600 paratroopers and equipment will drop over the Grand County International Airport the drop is part of a more than week-long mobility Guardian exercise conducted by the US Air Force Air Mobility Command based out of Scott Air Force Base in Illinois Joint Base lewis-mcchord and Fairchild Air Force Base along with the states McAllister Field in Yakima and the Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake will serve as training sites for more than 3,000 active duty Guard and Reserve Airmen joint military forces and more than 30 international partners residents near the port can expect to hear blank rounds and explosive simulators and to see military vehicles aircraft and personnel port officials ask Airport tenants as well as residents near the port to reduce any lighting if possible during parachuting exercises as troops will be wearing night vision goggles cargo flights are expected to arrive in Moses Lake about 2:00 a.m. on August 2nd paratroopers will be securing the airfield August 4th during in about four hour exercise and tentatively on August 9th and 10th British troops are planning a refugee crisis drill in the terminal the mobility Guardian exercise is being called one of the most realistic real-world scenario driven exercises ever conducted this is Joe utter for AI fiber one news


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