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Members of the Army Reserve 409th Engineer Company, Windsor, Colorado, discuss a course of action for a simulated casualty during urban search and rescue training at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, April 29. Teams were evaluated on their ability to evaluate a chemical threat in a multistory building, locate and assess simulated casualties, and evacuate the casualties to a chemical decontamination and treatment facility operated by the Army Reserve’s 371st Minimal Care Detachment, Twinsburg, Ohio. The specially-built structure used for the training is one of many unique training environments at Muscatatuck which test first responder and rescue team’s ability to respond to real-world, state-side catastrophes, such as explosions, hurricanes, fires and floods. (US Army photo by SFC Monte Swift, 204th PAD)

Photo by: Sgt. 1st Class Monte Swift |  VIRIN: 220429-A-UQ307-178.JPG