Soldiers and Airman of the 2nd Civil Support Team, based at Stratton Air National Guard Base, hitching a ride from Detachment 1, Company B, 3rd Battalion 126th Aviation Regiment on July 27, en route Burlington Air National Guard Base in Vermont to participate in a Vigilant Guard exercise being sponsored by the Vermont National Guard.
Aug 03, 2016
LATHAM--New York Air National Guard Staff Sgt. Joshua Spagnola tests a potential hazardous material in a vacant residential building at the Colonie Fire Training Center in Latham Oct. 20. Members of the 2nd Civil Support Team trained at the center to improve and test their teams ability to rapidly detect and identify chemical biological radiological or nuclear (CBRN) hazardous and respond to these threats
Oct 22, 2015
Members of the New York State Police Contaminated Crime Scene Emergency Response Team train in a mock drill with members of the New York National Guard's 2nd Civil Support Team from Stratton Air National Guard Base in Scotia, NY. The teams worked together in a simulated response to a potential Weapon of Mass Destruction (WMD) lab, mitigating the situation and collecting evidence on Thursday, Jan. 29
Feb 03, 2015
STRATTON AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Scotia- Lt. Col. Drew Pinckney receives the guidon of the New York National Guard's 2nd Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Team (CST) during change-of-command ceremonies here on Monday, June 9. Pinckney took over from Lt. Col. Tom Benton, who has commanded the team since 2011. Benton will be moving to Florida to take command of one of Florida's two CSTs.
Jun 10, 2014
ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt. - New York Army National Guard Staff Sergeant Salvatore Cautela and Sgt. Michael Gerardi check for hazordous materials as they move through a building during lane two of a Joint Collective Training Excercise between the New York national Guard's 2nd Civil Support Team, (CST) and the 15th CST, Vermont National Guard. The two day excercise held in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom brought together the New York and Vermont Civil Support Teams as well as two augmentees from Rhode Island and members of the St. Johnsbury Fire Department. Civil Support Teams are trained to assist civilian first responders by identifying the presence of chemical, biological, or radiological hazards in the event of an attack, explosion or fire.
Oct 30, 2008
A member of the New York National Guard's 2nd Civil Support Team “clears a footprint” for his team during a Defense Support to Civil Authorities Response Exercise which kicked off Friday November 2, 2007. Clearing a footprint consists of identifying and sanitizing an area of chemical, biological and radiological contamination. This footprint is being cleared in preparation for the second phase of the exerecise in which the state's CERF-P team performs mass decontamination and casualty extraction exercises. CERF-P stands for Chemical, Biological,Radiological,Nuclear or High Yield Explosive Enhanced Response Force Package. The exercise was held at the New York State Office of Fire Prevention and Control's Urban Search and Rescue Training Center outside Albany.
Nov 02, 2007
Congressman Vito Fossella from New York's 13th District delivers remarks to local New York City media attending the ceremonial announcement of the New York National Guard's second Civil Support Team - Weapons of Mass Destruction diaster response team located at Fort Hamilton, N.Y. May 22, 2007 From the right are: 1st Sgt. Jason Zeller, 1st CST-WMD, Capt. Michael Keyes, commander, 1st CST-WMD and Maj. Gen. Robert Knauff, Deputy State Adjutant General.
Apr 21, 2007