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Flight exercises HAZMAT response

Members of 45th Medical Group's bioenvironmental flight suit up for training and respond to a simulated incident at the Patrick Air Force Base Post Office June 29, 2016. Their goal during the exercise was to train in identifying and evaluating environments that could harm personnel and families at the installation. In addition, they tested their response time and the safety equipment they are required to use when a HAZMAT threat exists. (U.S. Air Force photo by Matthew Jurgens/Released)

Members of 45th Medical Group's bioenvironmental flight suit up for training and respond to a simulated incident at the Patrick Air Force Base Post Office June 29, 2016. Their goal during the exercise was to train in identifying and evaluating environments that could harm personnel and families at the installation. In addition, they tested their response time and the safety equipment they are required to use when a HAZMAT threat exists. (U.S. Air Force photo by Matthew Jurgens/Released)

Members of 45th Medical Group's bioenvironmental flight suit up for training and respond to a simulated incident at the Patrick Air Force Base Post Office June 29, 2016. Their goal during the exercise was to train in identifying and evaluating environments that could harm personnel and families at the installation. In addition, they tested their response time and the safety equipment they are required to use when a HAZMAT threat exists. (U.S. Air Force photo by Matthew Jurgens/Released)

Members of 45th Medical Group's bioenvironmental flight suit up for training and respond to a simulated incident at the Patrick Air Force Base Post Office June 29, 2016. Their goal during the exercise was to train in identifying and evaluating environments that could harm personnel and families at the installation. In addition, they tested their response time and the safety equipment they are required to use when a HAZMAT threat exists. (U.S. Air Force photo by Matthew Jurgens/Released)

Members of 45th Medical Group's bioenvironmental flight suit up for training and respond to a simulated incident at the Patrick Air Force Base Post Office June 29, 2016. Their goal during the exercise was to train in identifying and evaluating environments that could harm personnel and families at the installation. In addition, they tested their response time and the safety equipment they are required to use when a HAZMAT threat exists. (U.S. Air Force photo by Matthew Jurgens/Released)

Members of 45th Medical Group's bioenvironmental flight suit up for training and respond to a simulated incident at the Patrick Air Force Base Post Office June 29, 2016. Their goal during the exercise was to train in identifying and evaluating environments that could harm personnel and families at the installation. In addition, they tested their response time and the safety equipment they are required to use when a HAZMAT threat exists. (U.S. Air Force photo by Matthew Jurgens/Released)

PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- Members of 45th Medical Group's bioenvironmental flight suit up for training and respond to a simulated incident at the Patrick Air Force Base Post Office June 29, 2016. Their goal during the exercise was to train in identifying and evaluating environments that could harm personnel and families at the installation. In addition, they tested their response time and the safety equipment they are required to use when a HAZMAT threat exists. (U.S. Air Force photo by Matthew Jurgens/Released)