FORT HUACHUCA, AZ - Officials at Fort Huachuca in southeastern Arizona say an unexploded round has been found in a remote area of the Army base.
Base officials said Monday that a 105-millimeter ordnance was discovered on the fort's east range.
An Explosive Ordnance Disposal team from Tucson's Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is being brought in to safely detonate the round Tuesday afternoon.
In early January, the Davis-Monthan team was called in to detonate a 40-millimeter grenade discovered on the fort's land navigation range.
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