Anti-terrorism awareness outreach

Photos by Rick Scavetta
U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern
Staff Sgt. Geoffrey Gilmer, an explosive ordnance disposal expert from the 786th Civil Engineering Squadron, shows Blake Hurt, 8, an Air Force family member from Wiesbaden, how to operate the F6A Remotec Andros, a robot used to inspect suspicious packages like the dummy explosives on display during a recent anti-terrorism outreach event.
Tech. Sgt. Michael Rey, 86th Airlift Wing operational security manager, explains to KMC members the importance of understanding social media and physical security.
Sgt. 1st Class Robert O’Cull of the Landstuhl-based 181st Signal Company explains how to report suspicious activity during a joint anti-terrorism awareness event on Ramstein.
KMC members learn the importance of shredding classified documents and other materials as part of operational security.
Senior Airman Tyler Beddes and his K-9 partner, Sano, demonstrate how a suspicious person is brought down during a demonstration outside the Kaiserslautern Military Community Center on Ramstein. Staff Sgt. Abraham Wheeler wore the “bite suit.” Both Airmen are assigned to the 86th Security Forces Squadron.