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English: A victim of an “earthquake” uses a traffic cone as a bullhorn demanding information on the whereabouts of his wife to emergency responders during Operation Borinqueneer Response at the municipality of Ponce on March 18. This U.S. Northern Command and National Guard Bureau-sponsored operation is a special focus event for the Puerto Rico National Guard with an estimated cost of $1.5 million. It will consist of a series of training exercises designed to evaluate and enhance the readiness of the National Guard in performing state roles and responsibilities when working with other guards, local and state civilian and military emergency response agencies.
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Source https://www.dvidshub.net/image/1823658
Author Puerto Rico National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Angel D. Martinez, 113th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment
location PONCE, PR
VIRIN 150318-Z-MS467-084 Search DVIDs
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