Suspicious package found at Fort Sill post office

By Mr. Keith Pannell (TRADOC)May 20, 2010

Capt. Clinton Shelby, 761st Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit, trails communications wire in front of the Fort Sill Post Office. With the unit's robot standing watch, Shelby was checking a suspicious package in the facility Thursday morning. After two hours, the package was found to contain women's clothing and some health and beauty supplies.
1 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Capt. Clinton Shelby, 761st Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit, trails communications wire in front of the Fort Sill Post Office. With the unit's robot standing watch, Shelby was checking a suspicious package in the facility Thursday morning. After two hours, the package was found to contain women's clothing and some health and beauty supplies. (Photo Credit: Mr. Keith Pannell (TRADOC)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Spc. Kristen O'Kelly helps Capt. Clinton Shelby, both of the 761st Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit, take off his protective suit helmet outside the Fort Sill Post Office. Shelby was checking a suspicious package in the facility Thursday morning. After two hours, the package was found to contain women's clothing and some health and beauty supplies.
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Spc. Kristen O'Kelly helps Capt. Clinton Shelby, both of the 761st Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit, take off his protective suit helmet outside the Fort Sill Post Office. Shelby was checking a suspicious package in the facility Thursday morning. After two hours, the package was found to contain women's clothing and some health and beauty supplies. (Photo Credit: Mr. Keith Pannell (TRADOC)) VIEW ORIGINAL