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A Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Team member's protective suit is inspected before the member responds to a potential chemical, biological, or radiological threat while participating in a training event in the municipality of Carolina, Puerto Rico, Aug. 18, 2021. The training scenarios include response, evaluation, testing, and securing the area of contamination. The members are made up of soldiers and airmen from the 33rd WMD-CST, District of Columbia National Guard, along with other CST's from Texas, North Carolina, West Virginia, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia Fire and Emergency Management Service.
210818-Z-XI167-0005.JPG Photo By: Senior Master Sgt. Craig Clapper

SAN JUAN - A Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Team member's protective suit is inspected before the member responds to a potential chemical, biological, or radiological threat while participating in a training event in the municipality of Carolina, Puerto Rico, Aug. 18, 2021. The training scenarios include response, evaluation, testing, and securing the area of contamination. The members are made up of soldiers and airmen from the 33rd WMD-CST, District of Columbia National Guard, along with other CST's from Texas, North Carolina, West Virginia, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia Fire and Emergency Management Service. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Senior Master Sgt. Craig Clapper)


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