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102 MDG and 267 CBCS support Homeland Response Force exercise

Senior Airman Julia Massi, 267th Combat Communications Squadron (267 CBCS), sets up a modem as part of the Joint Incident Site Communications Capability (JISCC) facility during a Homeland Response Force (HRF) training exercise at Camp Edwards, Mass., Aug. 8. The 267 CBCS provided the primary communication tools for the week-long exercise. (National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole/Released)

Senior Airman Julia Massi, 267th Combat Communications Squadron (267 CBCS), sets up a modem as part of the Joint Incident Site Communications Capability (JISCC) facility during a Homeland Response Force (HRF) training exercise at Camp Edwards, Mass., Aug. 8. The 267 CBCS provided the primary communication tools for the week-long exercise. (National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole/Released)

Senior Airman Julia Massi, 267th Combat Communications Squadron (267 CBCS), sets up a satellite transmitter as part of the Joint Incident Site Communications Capability (JISCC) facility during a Homeland Response Force (HRF) training exercise at Camp Edwards, Mass., Aug. 8. The 267 CBCS provided the primary communication tools for the week-long exercise. (National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole/Released)

Senior Airman Julia Massi, 267th Combat Communications Squadron (267 CBCS), sets up a satellite transmitter as part of the Joint Incident Site Communications Capability (JISCC) facility during a Homeland Response Force (HRF) training exercise at Camp Edwards, Mass., Aug. 8. The 267 CBCS provided the primary communication tools for the week-long exercise. (National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole/Released)

Members of a decontamination team prepare for the arrival of simulated contaminated victims during the Homeland Response Force (HRF) training exercise at Camp Edwards, Mass., Aug. 8. The exercise, hosted by the Massachusetts National Guard, trains Soldiers and Airmen assigned to the FEMA Region 1 HRF team to respond to a large scale chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) incident in an effort to safeguard lives throughout New England. (National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole/Released)

Members of a decontamination team prepare for the arrival of simulated contaminated victims during the Homeland Response Force (HRF) training exercise at Camp Edwards, Mass., Aug. 8. The exercise, hosted by the Massachusetts National Guard, trains Soldiers and Airmen assigned to the FEMA Region 1 HRF team to respond to a large scale chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) incident in an effort to safeguard lives throughout New England. (National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole/Released)

Master Sgt. Joseph Banks, 102nd Medical Group triage technician, dons his decontamination suit during the Homeland Response Force (HRF) training exercise at Camp Edwards, Mass., Aug. 8. The exercise, hosted by the Massachusetts National Guard, trains Soldiers and Airmen assigned to the FEMA Region 1 HRF team to respond to a large scale chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) incident in an effort to safeguard lives throughout New England. (National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole/Released)

Master Sgt. Joseph Banks, 102nd Medical Group triage technician, dons his decontamination suit during the Homeland Response Force (HRF) training exercise at Camp Edwards, Mass., Aug. 8. The exercise, hosted by the Massachusetts National Guard, trains Soldiers and Airmen assigned to the FEMA Region 1 HRF team to respond to a large scale chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) incident in an effort to safeguard lives throughout New England. (National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole/Released)

Medical providers from the 102nd Medical Group, evaluate a patient's condition during the Homeland Response Force (HRF) training exercise at Camp Edwards, Mass. Aug. 8. The exercise, hosted by the Massachusetts National Guard,trains Soldiers and Airmen assigned to the FEMA Region 1 HRF team to respond to a large scale CBRN incident in an effort to safeguard lives throughout New England. (National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole/Released)

Medical providers from the 102nd Medical Group, evaluate a patient's condition during the Homeland Response Force (HRF) training exercise at Camp Edwards, Mass. Aug. 8. The exercise, hosted by the Massachusetts National Guard,trains Soldiers and Airmen assigned to the FEMA Region 1 HRF team to respond to a large scale CBRN incident in an effort to safeguard lives throughout New England. (National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole/Released)

Medical providers from the 102nd Medical Group, evaluate a patient's condition during the Homeland Response Force (HRF) training exercise at Camp Edwards, Mass. Aug. 8. The exercise, hosted by the Massachusetts National Guard,trains Soldiers and Airmen assigned to the FEMA Region 1 HRF team to respond to a large scale CBRN incident in an effort to safeguard lives throughout New England. (National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole/Released)

Medical providers from the 102nd Medical Group, evaluate a patient's condition during the Homeland Response Force (HRF) training exercise at Camp Edwards, Mass. Aug. 8. The exercise, hosted by the Massachusetts National Guard,trains Soldiers and Airmen assigned to the FEMA Region 1 HRF team to respond to a large scale CBRN incident in an effort to safeguard lives throughout New England. (National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole/Released)

Col. Maureen McCarthy, 102nd Medical Group commander, evaluates a patient's condition during the Homeland Response Force (HRF) training exercise at Camp Edwards, Mass., Aug. 8. The exercise, hosted by the Massachusetts National Guard, trains Soldiers and Airmen assigned to the FEMA Region 1 HRF team to respond to a large scale chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) incident in an effort to safeguard lives throughout New England. (National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole/Released)

Col. Maureen McCarthy, 102nd Medical Group commander, evaluates a patient's condition during the Homeland Response Force (HRF) training exercise at Camp Edwards, Mass., Aug. 8. The exercise, hosted by the Massachusetts National Guard, trains Soldiers and Airmen assigned to the FEMA Region 1 HRF team to respond to a large scale chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) incident in an effort to safeguard lives throughout New England. (National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole/Released)

Lt. Col. Stephen VanDaLinda, 102nd Medical Group medical provider, evaluates a patient's condition during the Homeland Response Force (HRF) training exercise at Camp Edwards, Mass., Aug. 8. The exercise, hosted by the Massachusetts National Guard, trains Soldiers and Airmen assigned to the FEMA Region 1 HRF team to respond to a large scale chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) incident in an effort to safeguard lives throughout New England. (National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole/Released)

Lt. Col. Stephen VanDaLinda, 102nd Medical Group medical provider, evaluates a patient's condition during the Homeland Response Force (HRF) training exercise at Camp Edwards, Mass., Aug. 8. The exercise, hosted by the Massachusetts National Guard, trains Soldiers and Airmen assigned to the FEMA Region 1 HRF team to respond to a large scale chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) incident in an effort to safeguard lives throughout New England. (National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Kerri Cole/Released)