North Carolina Air National Guard; Stays Aware - Always Prepared

In support of National Preparedness Month, the 145th Airlift Wing held a Disease Containment Plan, Table Top exercise at the North Carolina Air National Guard base, Charlotte Douglas Intl. Airport, Oct. 3, 2014. During the exercise, members from the 145th Bioenvironmental Flight (BEE) provided a piece of equipment called a HAZMAT ID 360. The machine provides a wide array of chemical detection as well as a potential biological indication capability for various types of responses. The intent of the display was to show Disaster Response Force members who potentially will be working in the Crisis Action Team and Emergency Operations Center the capabilities of the 145th Airlift Wing’s BEE and Emergency Management Flights. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Patricia F. Moran, 145th Public Affairs/Released)

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