Readiness capabilities tested

Tech. Sgt. James Stamos, 911th Security Forces Squadron patrolman, performs an initial assessment on a microburst victim during a Major Accident Response Exercise (MARE) held at the Pittsburgh International Airport Air Reserve Station, Apr. 16, 2013. The natural disaster exercise training included Navy Operational Support Center - Pittsburgh Naval Security Forces personnel, Allegheny County fire fighters, and EMS personnel. MARE training can also simulate a variety of other events; such as an aircraft crash, an explosion or terrorist attack. The goal of these types of exercises is to test the readiness and response capabilities of 911th personnel. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Shawn M. Walleck)

PHOTO BY: Capt. Shawn M. Walleck
VIRIN: 130416-F-VG060-001.JPG
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