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Disaster training to help better prepares for the possibility.
Of a massive terror attack or even a nuclear attack.
Garrett -- he's watching this and Butler -- Indiana -- good morning.
Good morning to you bill here's the scenario here for this exercised three days ago terrorist exploded.
He had nuclear bomb is about the size of a large trash -- now 50000 people are dead hundreds of thousands are wounded.
And rescuers are rushing in to help.
As fires burned bodies of life like dummies lie beneath the rubble.
In victims walkabout in the days looking for help.
Now this scenario is a chance for more than 5000 military and civilian workers to gain real life experience responding to a nuclear terrorist attack.
On one of America's cities.
In particular threat.
And that's that that's the scariest threat that we have -- that's the Friday the thirteenth event for us because the radiation threat is.
It's -- -- -- teams dressed in Hazmat suits walked through the debris searching for survivors in buildings wolf checking radiation levels.
-- the survivors wounded bleeding in her from the radiation are taken through decontamination.
Areas where they're fully cleaned and treated for injury.
Soldiers practice working with -- victims who would likely be hurt confused -- upset.
Making this exercise is close to the real thing is possible.
What we replicate here can never approach what they may encounter so we train.
A set of skills that we hope and pray we will never have to apply.
In all of these teams they are evaluated throughout this exercise in -- would be the case and and in a real national disaster.
-- -- includes units from 27 national guards is well is the army reserve air force units as well as active military person O'Meara Kenny thank you watch in that play out and Indiana thanks mark.
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