Army Reserve Soldiers Gain Valuable Experience at Exercise Guardian Response

U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Mark Mikhail (left) and Cpl. Nico Falke, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., unload a notional injured victim during a situational training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Mark Mikhail (left) and Cpl. Nico Falke, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., unload a notional injured victim during a situational training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).

U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Mark Mikhail (left) and Cpl. Nico Falke, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., unload a notional injured victim during a situational training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).

U.S. Army Reserve Cpl. Nico Falke (left) and Spc. Mark Mikhail, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company, Bell, Calif., drive through a situational training lane for Guardian Response 21 at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind.,  April 21, 2021. Guardian Response 21 is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element)
U.S. Army Reserve Cpl. Nico Falke (left) and Spc. Mark Mikhail, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company, Bell, Calif., drive through a situational training lane for Guardian Response 21 at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response 21 is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element)

U.S. Army Reserve Cpl. Nico Falke (left) and Spc. Mark Mikhail, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company, Bell, Calif., check and mark notional radiation locations in a training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers. (U.S. photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element)
U.S. Army Reserve Cpl. Nico Falke (left) and Spc. Mark Mikhail, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company, Bell, Calif., check and mark notional radiation locations in a training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers. (U.S. photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element)

U.S. Army Reserve Cpl. Nico Falke, a chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialist of the 307th Chemical Company, Bell, Calif., provides instructions to simulated disaster victims during a situational training lane for Guardian Response 21 at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).
U.S. Army Reserve Cpl. Nico Falke, a chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialist of the 307th Chemical Company, Bell, Calif., provides instructions to simulated disaster victims during a situational training lane for Guardian Response 21 at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).

U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Mark Mikhail (left) and Cpl. Nico Falke, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company, Bell, Calif., load a notional injured victim onto a tactical litter during a training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Mark Mikhail (left) and Cpl. Nico Falke, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company, Bell, Calif., load a notional injured victim onto a tactical litter during a training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).

U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Mark Mikhail (left) and Cpl. Nico Falke, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., strap a notional injured victim onto a tactical litter during a training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Mark Mikhail (left) and Cpl. Nico Falke, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., strap a notional injured victim onto a tactical litter during a training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).

U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Mark Mikhail(left) and Pfc. An Pham, both chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., work through the decontamination process during a situational training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Mark Mikhail(left) and Pfc. An Pham, both chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., work through the decontamination process during a situational training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).

U.S. Army Reserve Cpl. Nico Falke (left) and Spc. Mark Mikhail, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., begin the decontamination process during a situational training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).
U.S. Army Reserve Cpl. Nico Falke (left) and Spc. Mark Mikhail, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., begin the decontamination process during a situational training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).

U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Mark Mikhail (left) and Cpl. Nico Falke (right), chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., evacuate a notional injured victim during a situational training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Mark Mikhail (left) and Cpl. Nico Falke (right), chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., evacuate a notional injured victim during a situational training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).

U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Mark Mikhail (left) and Cpl. Nico Falke, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., unload a notional injured victim during a situational training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Mark Mikhail (left) and Cpl. Nico Falke, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., unload a notional injured victim during a situational training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).

U.S. Army Reserve Cpl. Nico Falke (left) and Spc. Mark Mikhail, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., prepare to evacuate a simulated casualty during a training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).
U.S. Army Reserve Cpl. Nico Falke (left) and Spc. Mark Mikhail, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., prepare to evacuate a simulated casualty during a training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).

U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Bishal Kim (right)  checks Spc. Mark Mikhail for radiation (right), as part of the decontamination process during a situational training lane at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. The two Soldiers are both chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., and are participating in Guardian Response, a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides simulate disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Bishal Kim (right) checks Spc. Mark Mikhail for radiation (right), as part of the decontamination process during a situational training lane at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. The two Soldiers are both chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., and are participating in Guardian Response, a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides simulate disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).

U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Bishal Kim (left), and Spc. Mark Mikhail, both chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., work through the radiation detection process during a situational training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Bishal Kim (left), and Spc. Mark Mikhail, both chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., work through the radiation detection process during a situational training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. Guardian Response is a homeland emergency response exercise commanded by the 78th Training Division that provides disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).

U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Sheng Li (left) and Spc. Bishal Kim (right) help remove gear from Cpl. Nico Falke , as part of the decontamination process during a situational training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. The three Soldiers are chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., are participating in the training event run by the 78th Training Division that is designed to provide disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Sheng Li (left) and Spc. Bishal Kim (right) help remove gear from Cpl. Nico Falke , as part of the decontamination process during a situational training lane for Operation Guardian Response at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, Ind., April 21, 2021. The three Soldiers are chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear specialists of the 307th Chemical Company out of Bell, Calif., are participating in the training event run by the 78th Training Division that is designed to provide disaster response training to sharpen the skills and increase the capabilities of U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers (Photo by Sgt. William J. Taylor, 314th Theater Public Affairs Support Element).

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