National Guard teams evacuate casualties at Vibrant Response 12
By Staff Sgt. Keith Anderson, Army North PAOAugust 19, 2011
MUSCATATUCK URBAN TRAINING COMPLEX, Ind. " Lt. Col. Gary Coffey, chaplain, West Virginia Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and high-yield Explosives Enhanced Response Force Package, holds a simulated "infant" rescued from a collapsed parking garage Aug. 18. The West Virginia CERFP rescued casualties from the collapsed garage as part of Vibrant Response 12, a U.S. Northern Command field training exercise conducted by U.S. Army North here, at Camp Atterbury and various surrounding areas in Indiana. The multi-agency, multi-component exercise is part of Army North's mission to prepare federal military forces for their role in responding to a catastrophic chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear incident in the homeland.