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Officer Javen Owens, Aurora Police Department Traffic Unit, uses a breathalyzer to test the blood alcohol content of Master Sgt. Rodney Franken, National Reconnaissance Office/Detachment 3 Security Operations superintendent, during a Standardized Field Sobriety Training, Feb. 12, 2018, on Buckley Air Force Base. Breathalyzers were used before administering the sobriety tests to show just how impaired each individual would be in a driving situation. (U.S Air Force photo by Senior Airman AJ Duprey)

Officer Javen Owens, Aurora Police Department Traffic Unit, uses a breathalyzer to test the blood alcohol content of Master Sgt. Rodney Franken, National Reconnaissance Office/Detachment 3 Security Operations superintendent, during a Standardized Field Sobriety Training, Feb. 12, 2018, on Buckley Air Force Base. Breathalyzers were used before administering the sobriety tests to show just how impaired each individual would be in a driving situation. (U.S Air Force photo by Senior Airman AJ Duprey)

Tech. Sgt. Cassidy Wong, National Reconnaissance Office/Detachment 3 NCOIC Executive Support, falters in the midst of a field sobriety test as two security forces Airmen swoop in to catch her during Standardized Field Sobriety Training, Feb. 12, 2018, on Buckley Air Force Base. The 460th Security Forces Squadron participated in 3-day training presented by the Aurora Police Department Traffic Unit where they learned to administer sobriety tests as well as what it’s like to be tested in an inebriated state.(U.S Air Force photo by Senior Airman AJ Duprey)

Tech. Sgt. Cassidy Wong, National Reconnaissance Office/Detachment 3 NCOIC Executive Support, falters in the midst of a field sobriety test as two security forces Airmen swoop in to catch her during Standardized Field Sobriety Training, Feb. 12, 2018, on Buckley Air Force Base. The 460th Security Forces Squadron participated in 3-day training presented by the Aurora Police Department Traffic Unit where they learned to administer sobriety tests as well as what it’s like to be tested in an inebriated state.(U.S Air Force photo by Senior Airman AJ Duprey)

Airman 1st Class Seth Slater, 460th Security Forces Squadron patrolman, performs a horizontal gaze nystagmus test on the subject of a Standardized Field Sobriety Training, Feb. 12, 2018, on Buckley Air Force Base. The test measures the involuntary jerking of the eye, which can increase when an individual is intoxicated. It is one of the nationally recognized field sobriety tests. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman AJ Duprey)

Airman 1st Class Seth Slater, 460th Security Forces Squadron patrolman, performs a horizontal gaze nystagmus test on the subject of a Standardized Field Sobriety Training, Feb. 12, 2018, on Buckley Air Force Base. The test measures the involuntary jerking of the eye, which can increase when an individual is intoxicated. It is one of the nationally recognized field sobriety tests. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman AJ Duprey)

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