Mr. Joachim Hilbert, Spangdahlem Air Base Hunter, left, with and Mr. Jen Fleer, Spangdahlem Air Base Falconer, stand ready to protect Spangdahlem F-16's and Air Mobility Command transAPports from potential bird and wildlife strikes on Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, October 28, 2021. Their combined efforts of using lethal and non-lethal tactics uphold flight safety and the Bird/Wildlife Strike Hazard programs. BASH uses innovative ways to harass wildlife such as using percussion cannons, pyrotechnics, avian lasers and the catch and release bird of prey relocation program. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Chance Nardone)
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