JOINT BASE CHARLESTON, S.C. – Coastal Riverine Squadron 10 Bravo Company will be conducting an exercise March 4-15, 2019 on the Joint Base Charleston Weapons Station and Cooper River near the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. The exercise involves firing blanks, resulting in loud noises.
The CRS 10 Bravo Company conducts this training exercise annually to maintain their ability to respond to various scenarios at any time. The simulated firing of weapons, using blanks, will take place on the Weapons Station March 4-8 and on the Cooper River near the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center March 11-15.
Measures have been taken to minimize disruptions within local communities and to normal base operations. Advanced coordination has taken place with local law enforcement and first responders.
CRS 10 is part of the Coastal Riverine Force, which is comprised of three active-duty squadrons and four Reserve Squadrons. The units operate in harbors, rivers, bays, across the littorals and ashore. Their primary mission is to conduct maritime security operations across all phases of military operations.
For questions or concerns, please contact Joint Base Charleston Public Affairs at 843-963-5608.