A search and rescue team from the Army Reserve’s 409th Engineer Company, Windsor, Colorado, scans for potential chemical contaminants during search and rescue training exercise at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, April 29. The unit was evaluated on its ability to evaluate a chemical threat in a multistory building, then locate, evaluate and extract casualties to a chemical decontamination and treatment site operated by the Army Reserve’s 371st Minimal Care Detachment, Twinsburg, Ohio. The training was part of Guardian Response 22, a multicomponent Homeland Emergency Response Exercise run by the Army Reserve’s 78th Training Division. (US Army photo by SFC Monte Swift, 204th PAD)