JTF 71 identifies "best of" images from Wolters decon training - minutemanTX
In this image released by the Texas Military Forces, Soldiers from the 436th Chemical Company practice setting up a decontamination site at Fort Wolters, Texas, Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2011. The 436th Chem. Co., out of Laredo, is one of several elements of the Texas CRBRNE Battalion Task Force in the Dallas/Fort Worth area as part of a mission in support of Super Bowl 45. Maintaining the skills to set up their equipment quickly enhances the unit's ability to readily deploy when called upon. (Photo/Joint Task Force 71, Army National Guard Sgt. Melissa Bright)

In this image released by the Texas Military Forces, Soldiers from the 436th Chemical Company practice setting up a decontamination site at Fort Wolters, Texas, Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2011. The 436th Chem. Co., out of Laredo, is one of several elements of the Texas CRBRNE Battalion Task Force in the Dallas/Fort Worth area as part of a mission in support of Super Bowl 45. Maintaining the skills to set up their equipment quickly enhances the unit's ability to readily deploy when called upon. (Photo/Joint Task Force 71, Army National Guard Sgt. Melissa Bright)

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