Chemical detection unit participates in pre-Super Bowl public safety media event - minutemanTX
In this image released by the Texas Military Forces, Army National Guard Soldiers from the 6th Civil Support Team participate in a media day for public safety entities in Arlington, Texas, Friday, Jan. 21, 2011. The team, which specializes in evaluating suspected weapons of mass destruction and other hazards, was one of several Guard units requested by civilian authorities to participate in the public safety effort for – and in advance of – Super Bowl 45. Team members sometimes operate out of standard military uniform at the request of civilian agencies. The 6th CST has a long record of partnering with civilian emergency response agencies.  (Photo/Homeland Response Force VI Public Information Office, Army National Guard Maj. Adam Collett)

In this image released by the Texas Military Forces, Army National Guard Soldiers from the 6th Civil Support Team participate in a media day for public safety entities in Arlington, Texas, Friday, Jan. 21, 2011. The team, which specializes in evaluating suspected weapons of mass destruction and other hazards, was one of several Guard units requested by civilian authorities to participate in the public safety effort for – and in advance of – Super Bowl 45. Team members sometimes operate out of standard military uniform at the request of civilian agencies. The 6th CST has a long record of partnering with civilian emergency response agencies. (Photo/Homeland Response Force VI Public Information Office, Army National Guard Maj. Adam Collett)

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