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Responding to a Controlled Emergency

CAMP ATTERBURY, Ind. - Two medavac Soldiers remove a litter from a CH-47 Chinook helicopter carrying a manikin "patient" that was airlifted from a nearby airfield by Detachment 1, Company B, 3rd Battalion, 126th General Support Aviation Battalion during aviation support for CBRNE Consequent Management Response Forces (CCMRF) field training exercises at Camp Atterbury on March 16.
Each manikin received is tagged with a card listing the injuries so that medics on the ground can apply medical attention.
Assisting the medical Soldiers is Sgt. Chris Warr, crew member, 126th GSAB.
Other New York Aviation units included in this joint force exercise include 3rd Battalion, 142nd Assault Helicopter Battalion and Company F, 169th Medical Company (Air Ambulance).

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