This report details a live site demonstration project conducted by Weston Solutions at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam as part of Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP) Munitions Response Project MR-201231. The purpose of the project was to demonstrate the effectiveness of the advanced sensor and classification methodology for identifying targets of interest (TOIs) at a military construction (MILCON) site potentially containing a diversity of munitions. A total of 2.97 acres of dynamic detection surveys were conducted using TEMTADS 2x2 advanced electromagnetic induction (EMI) sensor. A total of 1,195 anomalies were selected from the dynamic data for cued investigation. The classification methodology resulted in the correct classification of 100 of TOI and yielded a reduction in clutter digs of 81 .