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U.S. Air Force Staff Sergeant Anthony Iusi, back left, of Andersen Air Force Base's 36th Communication Squadron's multimedia team, films Federal Fire Fighters washing-down one of their fellow firefighters at a decontamination station.

U.S. Air Force Staff Sergeant Anthony Iusi, back left, of Andersen Air Force Base's 36th Communication Squadron's multimedia team, films Federal Fire Fighters washing-down one of their fellow firefighters at a decontamination station.

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Dededo, Guam (May. 13, 2005) U.S. Air Force Staff Sergeant Anthony Iusi, back left, of Andersen Air Force Base's 36th Communication Squadron's multimedia team, films Federal Fire Fighters washing-down one of their fellow firefighters at a decontamination station during a mass casualty drill in the early morning hours on board the Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Guam. The mass casualty event was part of an island-wide Chemical, Ordnance, Biological, Radiological Tactical Team (COBRATAC) exercise on the U.S. territory of Guam. COBRATAC is a multi-unit and inter-service team combining the Navy's SRT, and both Navy and Air Force explosive ordnance disposal personnel, medical personnel, and fire fighters. The exercise tested the integration of the various COBRATAC components and response times to various scenarios involving weapons of mass destruction and mass casualty events. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Nathanael T. Miller File# 050513-N-7293M-068

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13/05/2005 - 13/05/2005
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Dededo, Guam
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U.S. NAVY
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