In Pictures: Search and Rescue After Nuclear Event

Members of the Michigan Army National Guard’s 1440th Firefighting Detachment take part in vehicle, confined space, and multi-story structure search and rescue training at the Wm. C. Waggoner Training Center and Clark County Fire Training Center in Las Vegas, Jan. 25-30, 2016.

Soldiers from the unit were required to use their equipment and knowledge to locate individuals trapped in vehicles, damaged buildings, and collapsed structures after a mock nuclear crisis while providing decontamination and medical assistance.

Post-Nuclear Accident Search and Rescue Training

Firefighters Conduct Nuclear Event Search and Rescue Training

Firefighters Conduct Nuclear Event Search and Rescue Training

Firefighters Conduct Nuclear Event Search and Rescue Training

Firefighters Conduct Nuclear Event Search and Rescue Training

Firefighters Conduct Nuclear Event Search and Rescue Training

1440th Firefighting Detachment Conducts SAR Training

1440th Firefighting Detachment Trains with Clark County FIrefighters

1440th Firefighting Detachment Conducts SAR Training

Firefighters Conduct SAR Training in Radiological Environment

Military and Civilian Firefighters Conduct CBRN Training

Military and Civilian Firefighters Conduct CBRN SAR Training

Military and Civilian Firefighters Conduct CBRN SAR Training

Military and Civilian Firefighters Conduct CBRN SAR Training

Military and Civilian Firefighters Conduct CBRN SAR Training

Military and Civilian Firefighters Conduct CBRN SAR TrainingImages adapted from video by Joint Force Headquarters, Michigan National Guard, edited and formatted for CBRNE Central.

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