Specialists are using commercial-grade metal detectors to clean up debris from firing ranges used by the Hanford Patrol. They have found exploded and unexploded smoke or tear gas grenades, plus thousands of bullets. (Photos courtesy Department of Energy)
Specialists are using commercial-grade metal detectors to clean up debris from firing ranges used by the Hanford Patrol. They have found exploded and unexploded smoke or tear gas grenades, plus thousands of bullets. (Photos courtesy Department of Energy)
Specialists are using commercial-grade metal detectors to clean up debris from firing ranges used by the Hanford Patrol. They have found exploded and unexploded smoke or tear gas grenades, plus thousands of bullets. (Photos courtesy Department of Energy)

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