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PHOTOS: New Hampshire State Police conduct active shooter training at Concord High School

  • From left, James Powers, John Lucero, and Aaron Gillis, troopers with the New Hampshire State Police, begin a training exercise in a stairwell of Concord High School on Thursday afternoon, August 15, 2013. The State Police used the fifth floor of the school to conduct active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training Troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord. <br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    From left, James Powers, John Lucero, and Aaron Gillis, troopers with the New Hampshire State Police, begin a training exercise in a stairwell of Concord High School on Thursday afternoon, August 15, 2013. The State Police used the fifth floor of the school to conduct active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training Troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • During a training exercise, troopers move in on a subdued suspect. The New Hampshire State Police used the fifth floor of Concord High School for active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training Troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday, August 15, 2013, was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord. <br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    During a training exercise, troopers move in on a subdued suspect. The New Hampshire State Police used the fifth floor of Concord High School for active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training Troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday, August 15, 2013, was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • The New Hampshire State Police used the fifth floor of Concord High School for active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training Troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday, August 15, 2013, was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord. <br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    The New Hampshire State Police used the fifth floor of Concord High School for active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training Troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday, August 15, 2013, was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • The New Hampshire State Police used the fifth floor of Concord High School for active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training Troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday, August 15, 2013, was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord. <br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    The New Hampshire State Police used the fifth floor of Concord High School for active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training Troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday, August 15, 2013, was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • In a training scenario involving a hostage situation, troopers with the New Hampshire State Police surround a gunman, played by Trooper Mark Suttmeier, and his hostage, played by Trooper Michael Cedrone, during active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday, August 15, 2013, was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord. <br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    In a training scenario involving a hostage situation, troopers with the New Hampshire State Police surround a gunman, played by Trooper Mark Suttmeier, and his hostage, played by Trooper Michael Cedrone, during active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday, August 15, 2013, was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Trooper Michael Cedrone of Troop B, reviews with Lt. Greg Ferry and Trooper John Lucero, during a debriefing from a training scenario for New Hampshire State Police at Concord High School. The State Police used the fifth floor of the school to conduct active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training Troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord. <br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Trooper Michael Cedrone of Troop B, reviews with Lt. Greg Ferry and Trooper John Lucero, during a debriefing from a training scenario for New Hampshire State Police at Concord High School. The State Police used the fifth floor of the school to conduct active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training Troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • From left, James Powers, John Lucero, and Aaron Gillis, troopers with the New Hampshire State Police, begin a training exercise in a stairwell of Concord High School on Thursday afternoon, August 15, 2013. The State Police used the fifth floor of the school to conduct active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training Troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord. <br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • During a training exercise, troopers move in on a subdued suspect. The New Hampshire State Police used the fifth floor of Concord High School for active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training Troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday, August 15, 2013, was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord. <br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • The New Hampshire State Police used the fifth floor of Concord High School for active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training Troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday, August 15, 2013, was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord. <br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • The New Hampshire State Police used the fifth floor of Concord High School for active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training Troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday, August 15, 2013, was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord. <br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • In a training scenario involving a hostage situation, troopers with the New Hampshire State Police surround a gunman, played by Trooper Mark Suttmeier, and his hostage, played by Trooper Michael Cedrone, during active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday, August 15, 2013, was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord. <br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • Trooper Michael Cedrone of Troop B, reviews with Lt. Greg Ferry and Trooper John Lucero, during a debriefing from a training scenario for New Hampshire State Police at Concord High School. The State Police used the fifth floor of the school to conduct active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training Troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord. <br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

During a training exercise, troopers move in on a subdued suspect. The New Hampshire State Police used the fifth floor of Concord High School for active shooter training, a program initiated after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. The week-long training was the second of a three-phase program training Troopers to respond to armed gunmen in a target-rich environment. Thursday, August 15, 2013, was the second day of training for Troop D out of Concord.

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