The unimaginable happens, a dirty bomb goes off in the middle of an urban environment, civil authorities are the first to respond but soon realize they are unable to deal with the scope of the radiation and other chemical dispersants. Who are they going to call? The Army Reserve.
This summer, Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) soldiers from around the United States gathered for Annual Training (AT) at training sites in southern Georgia and central Florida, learning how to support civil authorities and save lives.
Tasks covered a range of emergency response missions including search and rescue, mass casualty, and decon.