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Congratulations to JTF-CS's newly pinned Senior Chief Damon Cable! He was pinned by his son and daughter and covered by his wife Monday morning. Well done Senior!
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We had a special visit today from VA Senator Mark Warner's senior advisor on national security and VA affairs, Caroline Wadhams, and defense legislative coordinator, Zach Lewis. Wadhams and Lewis visited JTF-CS as part of their Joint Base Langley-Eustis tour. We hope you had a wonderful visit!
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Today, Lt. Gen. Jeffrey S. Buchanan, Commander of U. S. Army North (Fifth Army) made a special stop at JTF-CS. During the visit, he held a candid discussion with the entire command, answering any questions they had. Thanks for the visit, Sir!
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More than fifty people from the Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Response Enterprise (CRE) gathered at JTF-CS headquarters for a table-top exercise to rehearse scenarios for responding to complex catastrophic disasters in the United States and its territories, May 15-16. “Any time we can come together to improve interoperability is time well spent," said Army Col. Chris McKinney, officer in charge, Task Force 46, headquartered at the Michigan National Guard. FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency Army National Guard U. S. Army North (Fifth Army) NORAD and U.S. Northcom Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF) U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM)
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Check out this quick video about a CBRN commander in the Portugal miliary.
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Look what's going on at Joint Base Langley-Eustis! Come out and watch a spectatular air demonstration with the USAF Thunderbirds. And then stick around for performances by singers Fantasia and Trace Adkins. It's going to be a fantastic weekend!
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As #VibrantResponse18 and #GuardianResponse18 winds down, Lt. Gen. Buchanan stopped in earlier today for a visit with words of encouragement and a reminder that it is vital to be trained and ready for this mission.
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JTF-CS's Task Force Aviation took a second to thrill some visiting Boy Scouts during #VibrantResponse18. #awwww
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Our CG, Maj. Gen. Gallant, did an interview with Morgan Norwood at ABC 11 to talk about #VibrantResponse18 and the DCRF mission.
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Our DCRF is hard at work during Vibrant Response 2018. Check out what ABC Eyewitness News had to say during their visit to Muscatatuck!
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This week marks the beginning of Vibrant Response, our biggest training exercise of the year. If you want a taste of what it’s all about, here is a video showing what the DCRF does.
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For the next 20 days, 5,200 military and government civilian personnel will participate in U.S. Army North and U.S. Force Command’s annual disaster response exercises - Vibrant Response and Guardian Response. Across Indiana and specifically at Camp Atterbury and Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, multiple simulated operations will help train responders on different types of disasters, including chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high yield explosive emergencies. Both #VibrantReponse18 and #GuardianResponse18 includes active duty, reserve and guard units from across 40 U.S. states and territories, the Department of Defense, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and other state/federal disaster management organizations. By Army Spec. Victoria Piccoli, U.S. Army North #GR18 #VR18 #ARNORTH #EverVigilantAlwaysReady
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