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English: First Lt. Juan Jose Torres left and 1st Lt. Hiram De Cardona, clinical nurses assigned to the 156th Medical Group, Puerto Rico Air National Guard, perform first aid after a wounded victim collapsed on his way to the triage area during Operation Borinqueneer Response exercise in Camp Santiago Joint Maneuver Training Center, March 19, 2015. The joint exercise between the elements of the Puerto Rico Army National Guard Search and Extraction Decontamination team, 156th Medical Group and Fatality, Search and Rescue Team, 156th Airlift Wing, PRANG, executed emergency synchronization with local, federal and non-governmental organizations during an earthquake and tsunami emergency scenario. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Pablo Pantoja /Released)
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Author Staff Sgt. Pablo Pantoja
location SALINAS, PR
VIRIN 150319-Z-KD550-260 Search DVIDs
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