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Exercise tests medical readiness

Combat Medics from the 45th Medical Group  demonstrate their robust homeland defense response capability during a simulated accident exercise April 17. Donning their protective gear, members of the In-Place Patient Decontamination Team respond to injured role players in front of the medical decontamination station. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Robert Burgess)

Combat Medics from the 45th Medical Group demonstrate their robust homeland defense response capability during a simulated accident exercise April 17. Donning their protective gear, members of the In-Place Patient Decontamination Team respond to injured role players in front of the medical decontamination station. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Robert Burgess)

Senior Master Sgt. James Green, an Exercise Evaluation Team member, evaluates the patient accountability process of the Immediate Medical Response Team during a simulated hazardous vehicle incident at the Base Clinic April 17, while Maj. (Dr.) Michael Maine, IMRT team chief (center) injects guidance and information to his team members. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Robert Burgess)

Senior Master Sgt. James Green, an Exercise Evaluation Team member, evaluates the patient accountability process of the Immediate Medical Response Team during a simulated hazardous vehicle incident at the Base Clinic April 17, while Maj. (Dr.) Michael Maine, IMRT team chief (center) injects guidance and information to his team members. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Robert Burgess)