I hope the “live ordnance drops” are just part of a routine Eglin/WSEP deployment, or part of normal qualification training for F-16 drivers. I understand the air defense stuff in support of homeland security. But if the Air Guard is doing practice bombing for domestic defense, we are in serious trouble.
There are 3 different WSEP locations. The air-to-air WSEP is at Tyndall, where they get to shoot at drones. There's an air-to-ground WSEP at Eglin and one at Hill AFB in Utah, where they get to shoot missiles and drop bombs against different types of target sets.
There's an additional ground-to-air WSEP for the Army, conducted at White Sands, with unmanned QF-4 drones from Holloman AFB.
All are conducted by the 53rd Weapons Eval Group, based at Tyndall.