VALHALLA N.Y.- New York Army National Guard Soldiers from the decontamination element of the Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear enterprise prepare a simulated casualty for decontamination during a disaster response exercise here Aug. 9 at the Westchester County Fire Training Center. The CBRN Enterprise part of the Homeland Response Force Region II trained here this week to prepare its Soldiers and Airmen to extract casualties from a contaminated incident provide decontamination to both ambulatory and litter patients and conduct medical triage to assist civil authorities. The decon element is supported by the New York Army National Guards 222nd Chemical Company based at Fort Hamilton N.Y. U.S. Army National Guard photo by Col. Richard Goldenberg Army National Guard (RELEASED).
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