49th CES EOD hosts advanced training course

Staff Sgt. Justin Balkun with the 27th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician performs electronic diagnostics on a hostage improvised explosive device to disarm it during training at Holloman Air Force Base N.M. Apr. 7, 2017. The 49th Civil Engineer Squadron EOD flight hosted an advanced electronics diagnostic course with EOD Airmen from Misawa Air Force Base, Japan and Cannon Air Force Base, N.M. This training taught EOD Airmen about today's up and coming electronics technology and how these technologies can be incorporated by bomb makers.  During the course, students learned advanced electronic circuitry and how to analyze and interpret how it functions the IED in order to safely disarm a bomb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Jonsgaard)

Staff Sgt. Justin Balkun with the 27th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician performs electronic diagnostics on a hostage improvised explosive device to disarm it during training at Holloman Air Force Base N.M. Apr. 7, 2017. The 49th Civil Engineer Squadron EOD flight hosted an advanced electronics diagnostic course with EOD Airmen from Misawa Air Force Base, Japan and Cannon Air Force Base, N.M. This training taught EOD Airmen about today's up and coming electronics technology and how these technologies can be incorporated by bomb makers. During the course, students learned advanced electronic circuitry and how to analyze and interpret how it functions the IED in order to safely disarm a bomb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Jonsgaard)

Senior Airman Derrick White, 27th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician performs electronic diagnostics on a hostage improvised explosive device to disarm it during training at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. Apr. 7, 2017. The 49th Civil Engineer Squadron EOD flight hosted an advanced electronics diagnostic course with EOD Airmen from Misawa Air Force Base, Japan and Cannon Air Force Base, N.M. This training taught EOD Airmen about today's up and coming electronics technology and how these technologies can be incorporated by bomb makers.  During the course, students learned advanced electronic circuitry and how to analyze and interpret how it functions the IED in order to safely disarm a bomb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Jonsgaard)

Senior Airman Derrick White, 27th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician performs electronic diagnostics on a hostage improvised explosive device to disarm it during training at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. Apr. 7, 2017. The 49th Civil Engineer Squadron EOD flight hosted an advanced electronics diagnostic course with EOD Airmen from Misawa Air Force Base, Japan and Cannon Air Force Base, N.M. This training taught EOD Airmen about today's up and coming electronics technology and how these technologies can be incorporated by bomb makers. During the course, students learned advanced electronic circuitry and how to analyze and interpret how it functions the IED in order to safely disarm a bomb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Jonsgaard)

Airmen from the 49th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal team performs electronic diagnostics on a hostage improvised explosive device to disarm it during training at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. Apr. 7, 2017. The 49th CES EOD flight hosted an advanced electronics diagnostic course with EOD Airmen from Misawa Air Force Base, Japan and Cannon Air Force Base N.M. This training taught EOD Airmen about today's up and coming electronics technology and how these technologies can be incorporated by bomb makers.  During the course, students learned advanced electronic circuitry and how to analyze and interpret how it functions the IED in order to safely disarm a bomb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Jonsgaard)

Airmen from the 49th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal team performs electronic diagnostics on a hostage improvised explosive device to disarm it during training at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. Apr. 7, 2017. The 49th CES EOD flight hosted an advanced electronics diagnostic course with EOD Airmen from Misawa Air Force Base, Japan and Cannon Air Force Base N.M. This training taught EOD Airmen about today's up and coming electronics technology and how these technologies can be incorporated by bomb makers. During the course, students learned advanced electronic circuitry and how to analyze and interpret how it functions the IED in order to safely disarm a bomb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Jonsgaard)

Senior Airman Benjamin Vetter 49th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician attempts to gain access to an improvised explosive device in order to disarm it during training at Holloman Air Force Base N.M. Apr. 7, 2017. The 49th CES EOD flight hosted an advanced electronics diagnostic course with EOD Airmen from Misawa Air Force Base, Japan and Cannon Air Force Base N.M. This training taught EOD Airmen about today's up and coming electronics technology and how these technologies can be incorporated by bomb makers.  During the course, students learned advanced electronic circuitry and how to analyze and interpret how it functions the IED in order to safely disarm a bomb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Jonsgaard)

Senior Airman Benjamin Vetter 49th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician attempts to gain access to an improvised explosive device in order to disarm it during training at Holloman Air Force Base N.M. Apr. 7, 2017. The 49th CES EOD flight hosted an advanced electronics diagnostic course with EOD Airmen from Misawa Air Force Base, Japan and Cannon Air Force Base N.M. This training taught EOD Airmen about today's up and coming electronics technology and how these technologies can be incorporated by bomb makers. During the course, students learned advanced electronic circuitry and how to analyze and interpret how it functions the IED in order to safely disarm a bomb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Jonsgaard)

Senior Airman Benjamin Vetter, 49th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician performs electronic diagnostics on a hostage improvised explosive device to disarm it during training at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. Apr. 7, 2017. The 49th CES EOD flight hosted an advanced electronics diagnostic course with EOD Airmen from Misawa Air Force Base, Japan and Cannon Air Force Base N.M. This training taught EOD Airmen about today's up and coming electronics technology and how these technologies can be incorporated by bomb makers.  During the course, students learned advanced electronic circuitry and how to analyze and interpret how it functions the IED in order to safely disarm a bomb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Jonsgaard)

Senior Airman Benjamin Vetter, 49th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician performs electronic diagnostics on a hostage improvised explosive device to disarm it during training at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. Apr. 7, 2017. The 49th CES EOD flight hosted an advanced electronics diagnostic course with EOD Airmen from Misawa Air Force Base, Japan and Cannon Air Force Base N.M. This training taught EOD Airmen about today's up and coming electronics technology and how these technologies can be incorporated by bomb makers. During the course, students learned advanced electronic circuitry and how to analyze and interpret how it functions the IED in order to safely disarm a bomb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Jonsgaard)

49th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal team simulates a hostage situation during training at Holloman Air Force Base N.M. Apr. 7, 2017. The 49th CES EOD flight hosted an advanced electronics diagnostic course with EOD Airmen from Misawa Air Force Base, Japan and Cannon Air Force Base N.M. This training taught EOD Airmen about today's up and coming electronics technology and how these technologies can be incorporated by bomb makers.  During the course, students learned advanced electronic circuitry and how to analyze and interpret how it functions the IED in order to safely disarm a bomb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Jonsgaard)

49th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal team simulates a hostage situation during training at Holloman Air Force Base N.M. Apr. 7, 2017. The 49th CES EOD flight hosted an advanced electronics diagnostic course with EOD Airmen from Misawa Air Force Base, Japan and Cannon Air Force Base N.M. This training taught EOD Airmen about today's up and coming electronics technology and how these technologies can be incorporated by bomb makers. During the course, students learned advanced electronic circuitry and how to analyze and interpret how it functions the IED in order to safely disarm a bomb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Jonsgaard)

A volunteer simulates a hostage situation during training at Holloman Air Force Base N.M. Apr. 7, 2017. The 49th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal flight hosted an advanced electronics diagnostic course with EOD Airmen from Misawa Air Force Base, Japan and Cannon Air Force Base, N.M. This training taught EOD Airmen about today's up and coming electronics technology and how these technologies can be incorporated by bomb makers.  During the course, students learned advanced electronic circuitry and how to analyze and interpret how it functions the IED in order to safely disarm a bomb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Jonsgaard)

A volunteer simulates a hostage situation during training at Holloman Air Force Base N.M. Apr. 7, 2017. The 49th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal flight hosted an advanced electronics diagnostic course with EOD Airmen from Misawa Air Force Base, Japan and Cannon Air Force Base, N.M. This training taught EOD Airmen about today's up and coming electronics technology and how these technologies can be incorporated by bomb makers. During the course, students learned advanced electronic circuitry and how to analyze and interpret how it functions the IED in order to safely disarm a bomb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Jonsgaard)

Senior Airman Benjamin Vetter 49th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician attempts to gain access to an improvised explosive device in order to disarm it during training at Holloman Air Force Base N.M. Apr. 7, 2017. The 49th CES EOD flight hosted an advanced electronics diagnostic course with EOD Airmen from Misawa Air Force Base, Japan and Cannon Air Force Base N.M. This training taught EOD Airmen about today's up and coming electronics technology and how these technologies can be incorporated by bomb makers.  During the course, students learned advanced electronic circuitry and how to analyze and interpret how it functions the IED in order to safely disarm a bomb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Jonsgaard)

Senior Airman Benjamin Vetter 49th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technician attempts to gain access to an improvised explosive device in order to disarm it during training at Holloman Air Force Base N.M. Apr. 7, 2017. The 49th CES EOD flight hosted an advanced electronics diagnostic course with EOD Airmen from Misawa Air Force Base, Japan and Cannon Air Force Base N.M. This training taught EOD Airmen about today's up and coming electronics technology and how these technologies can be incorporated by bomb makers. During the course, students learned advanced electronic circuitry and how to analyze and interpret how it functions the IED in order to safely disarm a bomb. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Stacy Jonsgaard)

HOLLOMAN AIR FORCE BASE N.M. -- 49th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal technicians perform electronic diagnostics on a hostage improvised explosive device to disarm it during training at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. Apr. 7, 2017. 


The 49th CES EOD flight hosted an advanced electronics diagnostic course with EOD Airmen from Misawa Air Force Base, Japan and Cannon Air Force Base N.M. This training taught EOD Airmen about today's up and coming electronics technology and how these technologies can be incorporated by bomb makers.  During the course, students learned advanced electronic circuitry and how to analyze and interpret how it functions the IED in order to safely disarm a bomb.