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Oregon Army National Guard Maj. Richard Hosmer, 102nd CST deputy commander, prepares to dispatch a team of first responders from the California and Oregon National Guard Civil Support Teams (CST) into a training area at Fort Baker, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, San Francisco, Jan. 30, 2019. National Guard civil support teams worked with local agencies, including the San Francisco Fire Department, other first responders to assess and respond to a series simulated chemical attacks around the San Francisco Bay area as part of BAYEX, a week-long training exercise designed to bring multiple response agencies together to enhance interoperability during large-scale disasters.
190130-Z-CH590-0069.JPG Photo By: Master Sgt. John Hughel

San Francisco, Calif. - Oregon Army National Guard Maj. Richard Hosmer, 102nd CST deputy commander, prepares to dispatch a team of first responders from the California and Oregon National Guard Civil Support Teams (CST) into a training area at Fort Baker, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, San Francisco, Jan. 30, 2019. National Guard civil support teams worked with local agencies, including the San Francisco Fire Department, other first responders to assess and respond to a series simulated chemical attacks around the San Francisco Bay area as part of BAYEX, a week-long training exercise designed to bring multiple response agencies together to enhance interoperability during large-scale disasters.


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