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A robot remains parked by the test item it retrieved during 96th Test Wing fuze program test mission Sept. 9 on Eglin’s range. The Air Force’s one-of-a-kind explosive ordnance disposal robotics team at Eglin developed a plan for retrieving a buried item and extracting the fuze or data package using remotely-operated vehicles. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)
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A robot remains parked by the test item it retrieved during 96th Test Wing fuze program test mission Sept. 9 on Eglin’s range. The Air Force’s one-of-a-kind explosive ordnance disposal robotics team at Eglin developed a plan for retrieving a buried item and extracting the fuze or data package using remotely-operated vehicles. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)
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Eglin range services haul dirt away from a target to prepare a path for 96th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal robots to retrieve a test item Sept. 9. During the 96th Test Wing’s fuze program test mission, Eglin’s EOD demonstrated their unique capability of remotely digging a site for ordnance retrieval. Eglin is home to the only Air Force EOD robotics technician team. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)
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Staff Sgt. Nisha Morris, Tech. Sgt. Jason Morris and Staff Sgt. Brian Westgate, 96th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal robotics technicians, review the performance of the remotely-operated vehicles during a Sept. 9 test mission on Eglin’s range. The team, who is one-of-a-kind in the Air Force, worked in conjunction with a 96th Test Wing’s fuze program test mission to demonstrate how robotic vehicles can safely retrieve buried test items via remote connection to the computer system in the trailer (shown in the picture). It was their ninth mission with the program and they are evaluating the option of providing their services at other military ranges. (U.S. Air Force photo/Chrissy Cuttita)
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Staff Sgt. Brian Westgate, 96th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal robotics technician, romotely moves an EOD robot from a safe location Sept. 9 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. He is a member of the Air Force’s only EOD robotics team who developed a plan for retrieving a buried test item and safely extracting the fuze using remotely-operated vehicles. (U.S. Air Force photo/Chrissy Cuttita)
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Staff Sgt. Brian Westgate, 96th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal robotics technician returns to the test site where a robot he remotely controlled completed its mission of retrieving a test item Sept. 9 on Eglin’s range. He is a member of the Air Force’s only EOD robotics team who developed a plan for retrieving a buried test item and safely extracting the fuze using remotely-operated vehicles. (U.S. Air Force photo/Chrissy Cuttita)
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Tech. Sgt. James Fitzgerald, 96th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance robotics section team lead evaluates how well the remotely controlled small tractor, the“ASV Posi-Trak MD-70,” retrieved the targeted test item and safely removed it Sept. 9 during a Team Eglin fuze program test mission. The unique Air Force capability of remotely digging a site for ordnance retrieval is something only Eglin’s EOD robotics team can do. (U.S. Air Force photo/Chrissy Cuttita)
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A 96th Civil Engineer Squadron robotics team member manually operates a large robotic excavator, the “John Deere 690D,” before leaving it to remotely dig via operators in a trailer a safe distance away from the test site Sept. 9. Their modified vehicles are designed for remote manipulation of hazardous items using hydraulically actuated “arm” manipulators. The arms have reasonably high dexterity, enough to use a screwdriver and other tools, while having enough power to roll a car. The controllers for the robotic arms follow along the operator’s arm virtually in a trailer set approximately a mile from the site for safety. (U.S. Air Force photo/Chrissy Cuttita)
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Tech. Sgt. James Fitzgerald, 96th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal robotics section team lead, monitors the progress of the Eglin range services personnel preparing a path for a remotely controlled robot Sept. 9. His team responded to the call of robot services needed on Eglin’s range to retrieve a test item for the 96th Test Wing’s fuze program. The unique Air Force capability of remotely digging a site for ordnance retrieval is something only Eglin’s EOD robotics team can do. (U.S. Air Force photo/Chrissy Cuttita)
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Staff Sgt. Brian Westgate, 96th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal robotics technician, secures a small tractor, the “ASV Posi-Trak MD-70,” to the trailer of a five-ton truck Sept. 9. His team responded to the call of robot services needed on Eglin’s range to retrieve a test item for the 96th Test Wing’s fuze program. The unique Air Force capability of remotely digging a site for ordnance retrieval is something only Eglin’s EOD robotics team can do. (U.S. Air Force photo/Chrissy Cuttita)
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Brig. Gen. David Harris, 96th Test Wing commander, holds a PC-1 hydraulic pump he helped wing maintainers remove from an F-15 Eagle Sept. 15 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 9/19/2014

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Brig. Gen. David Harris, 96th Test Wing commander, and Staff Sgt. Philip Bulavko perform maintenance on an F-15 Eagle Sept. 15 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. (Courtesy photo)
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