Photo by Staff Sgt. Dennis Gravelle, 369th Sustainment Brigade
FORT INDIANTOWN GAP, Pa. - New York National Guard Soldiers conduct their Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Explosion Emergency Response Force (CERF-P) validation training here on Oct. 22 by responding to a simulated casualty.
Behind the training teams are the CERF-P decontamination tents where the injured are taken to begin the individual decontamination process.
The CERF-P consists of the 102nd Military Police Battalion, 105th MP Company, the New York Guard, and airman of the Air National Guard.
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