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Marines  and  a  fuels  technician  fill  four-gallon  bags  with  fuel  to  conduct  a  demolition  exercise at the Explosive Ordnance Range aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, June 1. The MCAS Beaufort EOD Marines conducted the demolition exercise to detonate unused explosives from the 2017 MCAS Beaufort Air Show using the opportunity to practice for future air shows. The fuel bags were ignited to create the ‘wall of fire’, a pyrotechnic display used during air shows. The Marines are EOD technicians with EOD, MCAS Beaufort and the fuels technician is with Marine Wing Support Detachment 31, Marine Aircraft Group 31.
170601-M-PL134-006.JPG Photo By: Lance Cpl. Ashley Phillips

Jun 15, 2017
MARINE CORPS AIR STATION BEAUFORT, S.C. - Marines and a fuels technician fill four-gallon bags with fuel to conduct a demolition exercise at the Explosive Ordnance Range aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, June 1. The MCAS Beaufort EOD Marines conducted the demolition exercise to detonate unused explosives from the 2017 MCAS Beaufort Air Show using the opportunity to practice for future air shows. The fuel bags were ignited to create the ‘wall of fire’, a pyrotechnic display used during air shows. The Marines are EOD technicians with EOD, MCAS Beaufort and the fuels technician is with Marine Wing Support Detachment 31, Marine Aircraft Group 31.


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