Burning a Big Pile of Ammo

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U.S. Air Force Explosive Ordnance Disposal personnel conduct a munitions burn at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia on November 9, 2016. The 386th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron conducted the burn to dispose of unserviceable ammunition.

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  1. mym1a1
    mym1a1 Nov 19, 2016

    WHAT A WASTE. I AM NOT THERE, I DO NOT KNOW ALL THE CALIBERS THEY ARE DESTROYING NOR WHERE IT CAME FROM BUT OUR MILITARY OVER SPENDS SO MUCH MONEY ON ORDNANCE AND OTHER THINGS THAT IS JUST MAKES ME SICK. I JUST FEEL THAT A LOT OF THAT AMMO CAN BE GIVEN OR RESOLD HERE IN THE STATES TO PEOPLE WHO NEED IT FOR TARGET PRACTICE OR EVEN SELF DEFENSE USE. EVEN IF IT CAME FROM AN ENEMY CAMP. IF I'M WRONG THEN I'M WRONG. REMEMBER WHEN YOU COULDN'T FIND A 22 CALIBER ROUND TO SAVE YOU SOUL? WITH L.E. BUYING UP OVER MILLIONS OF ROUNDS FOR THEIR LOCAL AND STATE DEPARTMENTS INCLUDING AND NOT FORGETTING N.G. AND THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE.

  2. TeXan1111
    TeXan1111 Nov 21, 2016

    Looks pretty serviceable to me..

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