HOMESTEAD, Fla. – If you heard explosions on Tuesday morning in southeastern Miami-Dade County, do not despair.
The Homestead Air Reserve Base announced the 482nd Fighter Wing conducted “explosive training operations” from 8:45 a.m. to 12 p.m.
“There will be a maximum of four detonations on the [Explosive Ordinance Disposal] Range. There is no cause for alarm,” the military announced on Monday.
The 482nd Fighter Wing, Air Force Reserve Command, operates the Homestead Air Reserve Base for short-notice worldwide deployment with more than 2,500 members, including more than 1,700 traditional reservists.
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The 482d Explosive Ordnance Disposal Flight will be conducting explosive training operations tomorrow from 8:45 a.m. to 12 noon. During this time frame, there will be a maximum of four detonations on the EOD Range. There is no cause for alarm. #HARB #HARBReady #ReserveReady— Homestead Air Reserve Base (@Homestead_ARB) March 21, 2022