32nd Civil Support Team training exercise

Sgt. Jose Marquez, 32nd Civil Support Team member, rinses off his gloves at the decontamination line during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. The 32nd CST has a mobile lab that is unique to the CST, it can deploy rapidly and can quickly identify hazard materials, toxic industrial chemicals, toxic industrial materials, and biological and chemical agents. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)
Sgt. Jose Marquez, 32nd Civil Support Team member, rinses off his gloves at the decontamination line during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. The 32nd CST has a mobile lab that is unique to the CST, it can deploy rapidly and can quickly identify hazard materials, toxic industrial chemicals, toxic industrial materials, and biological and chemical agents. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)

Sgt. Jose Marquez, 32nd Civil Support Team member, rinses off his gloves at the decontamination line during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. The 32nd CST has a mobile lab that is unique to the CST, it can deploy rapidly and can quickly identify hazard materials, toxic industrial chemicals, toxic industrial materials, and biological and chemical agents. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)

Staff Sgt. Charles Contic, 32nd Civil Support Team, documents the items of a laboratory during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)
Staff Sgt. Charles Contic, 32nd Civil Support Team, documents the items of a laboratory during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)

Sgt. Dominic Barnwell, 32nd Civil Support Team, places makers around a laboratory during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)

Staff Sgt. Charles Contic, 32nd Civil Support Team, documents the items of a laboratory during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)

Sgt. Lucas Bagley, 32nd Civil Support Team, rinses off Sgt. Dominic Barnwell, a mock casualty, in a man-down drill during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)

32nd Civil Support Team member, Staff Sgt. Charles Contic, cuts Sgt. Dominic Barnwell, a mock casualty, out of a Level A suit in a man-down drill during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)

A member of the 32nd Civil Support Team, identifies a piece of equipment in a laboratory during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. After the initial reconnaissance and site characterization occurred, a second entry team entered into the area to test and collect the unknown substances found. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)

Sgt. Lucas Bagley, 32nd Civil Support Team member, prepares a sample of an unknown substance for transport during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. The 32nd CST has a mobile lab that is unique to the CST, it can deploy rapidly and can quickly identify hazard materials, toxic industrial chemicals, toxic industrial materials, and biological and chemical agents. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)

Sgt. Jose Marquez, 32nd Civil Support Team, prepares a sample of an unknown substance for testing during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. The 32nd CST has a mobile lab that is unique to the CST, it can deploy rapidly and can quickly identify hazard materials, toxic industrial chemicals, toxic industrial materials, and biological and chemical agents. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)

1st Sgt. Charles Collins (left) decontaminates Sgt. Lucas Bagley, both members of the 32nd Civil Support Team, after the second entry team returns from a makeshift laboratory during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. Throughout the exercise the service members monitor their oxygen levels and communicate that back to the team. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)

Sgt. Jose Marquez, 32nd Civil Support Team member, rinses off his gloves at the decontamination line during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. The 32nd CST has a mobile lab that is unique to the CST, it can deploy rapidly and can quickly identify hazard materials, toxic industrial chemicals, toxic industrial materials, and biological and chemical agents. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)

Sgt. Lucas Bagley, 32nd Civil Support Team member, prepares to collect samples of unknown substances for field testing and transport during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. The 32nd CST has a mobile lab that is unique to the CST, it can deploy rapidly and can quickly identify hazard materials, toxic industrial chemicals, toxic industrial materials, and biological and chemical agents. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)

Sgt. 1st Class Nicole Owens, 32nd Civil Support Team member, bags the used suits that were taken off at the end of the decontamination line during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)

Sgt. Jose Marquez, member of the 32nd Civil Support Team, rinses his gloves off at the decontamination line during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)

Members of the 32nd Civil Support Team decontaminate Sgt. Dominic Barnwell, a mock casualty, in a man-down drill during a training exercise at H Steven Blum Military Reservation in Glen Arm, Maryland, on July 14, 2020. The 32nd CST utilizes this type of exercise to train, so that they are always ready to support civil authorities in a domestic chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear incident. (U.S. National Guard photo by Sgt. Elizabeth Scott)

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