388th CBRN Company shows no signs of complacency
The 388th Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Company show no signs of complacency during a Mass Casualty Decontamination training event during Battle Assembly at Fort McCoy and Volk Field, Wis., May 8-10. CBRN Soldiers responded to a training scenario incident, coordinate with local and federal officials, contain the situation, identify the chemicals or toxins, all while safely evacuating and treating the effected population. The 388th CBRN Company, headquartered in Junction city, Wis., is in the second phase of a multi-year mission to support the Department of Homeland Security. Army North instructors continue to provide 388th Soldiers with hands on training, equipment, and experience to assist military and civil authorities in the event of a natural disaster, chemical emergency, or terrorist attack within the United States.