“Our unit’s success over the past year is a direct result of the dedication of every technician on the team,” Master Sgt. Brandon Guingrich, EOD training and quality assurance section chief with the 788th Civil Engineer Squadron, said in 2018. “Everyone works and trains together to ensure that we can handle any conventional, improvised, nuclear, or weapons of mass destruction threat at a moment’s notice.”
The team also headed a high-level security program in support of 25 U.S. Secret Service missions, Wright-Patterson has said. They worked with 33 teams, absorbing 4,000 man-hours to search 2,000 vehicles and sweep a 12 million square foot area to include facilities.