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Military hospital support to FEMA begins in Indiana, Wisconsin, continues in five states  At the request of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, approximately 40 military medical...
Military hospital support to FEMA begins in New Hampshire, New York, continues in eight states  At the request of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, approximately 35 military medical...
Military hospital support to FEMA to begin in Michigan and New Mexico, continue in five states  SAN ANTONIO, Texas – At the request of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, approximately 60...
Helping Stop the Spread: Navy Medical Response Team supports Spokane Hospital  When U.S. Navy Lt. Therese Nicole De La Torre took part in a 200-mile relay run in July, she was...
Defense Secretary Has Authority to Order Mandatory COVID-19 Shots  The secretary of defense has the authority needed to order all members of the military – including...
ARNORTH military hospital support to FEMA begins in Montana, continues in three states  At the request of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, one team of approximately 20 military...
ARNORTH military hospital support to FEMA begins in Utah, continues in four states  At the request of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, one monoclonal antibody infusion team,...
The cavalry has arrived  For hospital staff across the country, the last year and a half has consisted of long hours, little...
Joint Task Force Civil Support Wraps Up COVID Vaccination Support  Joint Task Force Civil Support wrapped up their mission as part of the whole-of-government COVID-19...
ARNORTH ends COVID-19 vaccination mission, leaders look back on effort  With more than 5 million vaccinations administered, the Army has concluded its COVID-19 support...
COVID survivor helps others at Brooklyn CVC  At the drop of a hat , Airmen are ready to deploy and go where they are needed, typically to a...
335th EMDOS Airman translates for community members at Brooklyn CVC  Efforts have been underway for almost a month to bring COVID-19 vaccine to people at the state-led,...
Joint Task Force Civil Support to Conduct Training at JBLM, Camp Rilea  Joint Task Force Civil Support (JTF-CS) will conduct Exercise Sudden Response 21 (SR21) in and...
JTF-CS Chaplain Presents Patriot Award to Local Church  The Rev. Steven Roby, pastor at Waters Edge Church in Virginia Beach, presented Patriot Award...
JTF-CS Completes Deployment Exercise  FORT LEE, Va. -- As part of an exercise to verify its military air load and prepare the command for...

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Defense CBRN Reaction Force Trains to Support America on its Worst Day
Joint Task Force Civil Support
Jan. 26, 2022 | 4:51
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FORT STEWART, Ga. (Jan. 25, 2022) U.S. Army Soldiers assigned to the 92nd Engineer Battalion, 21st Chemical Company, and 602nd Medical Company (Area Support) conduct technical search and rescue operations, decontaminate simulated casualties and treat their injuries after rescuing them from a rubble pile in an area with chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear contamination during exercise Sudden Response 22 on Fort Stewart, Georgia, Jan. 25, 2022. Military units comprising the Defense CBRN Response Force (DCRF) participated in Exercise Sudden Response January 21-27, 2022 near Joint Base Lewis McChord, Washington, Fort Stewart, Georgia, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia. Teams from Task Force (TF) Aviation, TF Logistics, TF Medical and TF Operations, rehearsed force and equipment employment, life- saving operations and web-based collaborative tools to ensure their ability to execute the Defense Support of Civil Authority (DSCA) mission they assumed June 1, 2021. The DCRF consists of about 5,200 personnel from military units located throughout the nation who come together to help fellow Americans in the event of a catastrophic crisis response. (U.S. Navy video by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Michael H. Lehman)
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