CAMP PENDLETON (CNS) - Starting Wednesday, high-explosive munitions will be dropped from aircraft on areas of Camp Pendleton as part of a training exercise, base officials announced Friday.
The drops, which will take place from 6 a.m. to midnight Wednesday and Thursday, may cause blasts that will resonate up to 50 miles away, according to Camp Pendleton's public affairs office.
Residents with questions about the drops can contact base operations and training officials at (760) 725-0357.
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