Man-Down scenario provides direct insight for leader
Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Alexandria BrimageGray, 27th Public Affairs Detachment
A Soldier from the 52nd Weapons of Mass Destruction-Civil Support Team, Ohio National Guard, along with a Soldier from the 103rd Weapons of Mass Destruction-Civil Support Team, Fort Richardson, Alaska, prepare Lt. Col. Jeffrey Suver (center) commander of the 52nd WMD-CST, for transfer to a gurney in the cleared area of the decontamination tent as two observer controller trainers from U.S. Army North watch on. The action took place during a simulated decontamination sequence during the Vibrant Response 13-2 training exercise, Aug. 1, 2013, at Muscatatuck Unit Training Center, Muscatatuck, Ind. Vibrant Response 13-2 is a major incident exercise conducted by U.S. Northern Command and led by U.S. Army North (Fifth Army), which is based out of Fort Sam Houston, Texas. All personnel who enter a chemical agent incident site are required to decontaminate themselves prior to receiving medical assistance or entering what is considered a cleared area.
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