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NEWS | July 7, 2015

Double Eagle - 07.07.2015

COVER STORY: U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers in hazardous material suits go through simulated decontamination procedures on mannequins after being exposed to simulated chemicals during Operation Guardian 15, June 25, near Ocala, Fla. More than 500 Army Reserve Soldiers and an active Army unit are participating in the exercise to test their search and rescue, hazardous materials, decontamination, and medical triage capabilities. (Photo by Brian Godette/U.S. Army Reserve Command)

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