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Missouri Guardsmen train to handle CBRNE Threat
National Guard Soldiers of the Missouri Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and high Explosive (CBRNE) Task Force simulate the decontamination process of a contaminated Soldier at Boone County Training Center May17. The task force, which consists of nearly 200 Army and Air Force personnel, participated in the training exercise over the weekend. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Michael Williams, Missouri National Guard 70th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

Missouri Guardsmen Train To Handle CBRNE Threats

Story by Staff Sgt. Michael Williams

70th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Nearly 200 National Guardsmen and Airmen from Missouri joined forces to exercise techniques they would implement when called to assist first responders and health officials

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