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  • Actors and actresses portray the victims, Ft. Indiantown Gap, Pennsylania, Aug. 20, 2014. (Carolyn Presutti/VOA)
  • The “victims” are brought into a triage area, Ft. Indiantown Gap, Pennsylania, Aug. 20, 2014. (Carolyn Presutti/VOA)
  • Correspondent Carolyn Presutti and Photographer Michael Burke observe the chains being attached to the car, Ft. Indiantown Gap, Pennsylania, Aug. 20, 2014. (VOA)
  • A Pennsylvnaia National Guard member in a protective HAZMAT suit assists a “victim,” Ft. Indiantown Gap, Pennsylania, Aug. 20, 2014. (Carolyn Presutti/VOA)
  • The simulated disaster scene at Ft. Indiantown Gap, Pennsylania, Aug. 20, 2014. (Carolyn Presutti/VOA)
  • The national guard serviceman wheels actress Monica Queen out of the triage area. Her tag reads “Role Player,” Ft. Indiantown Gap, Pennsylania, Aug. 20, 2014. (Carolyn Presutti/VOA)
  • The tower in the background is used for rappelling practice, simulating the rescue of victims from an elevator shaft, Ft. Indiantown Gap, Pennsylania, Aug. 20, 2014. (Carolyn Presutti/VOA)

U.S. National Guard Trains for Disaster Preparedness

Published August 22, 2014


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