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U.S. Air Force Units Build Bonds With NATO’s International Allies During Consequence Management Field Exercise

U.S. Air Force Units Build Bonds With NATO’s International Allies During Consequence Management Field Exercise Featured Disaster Preparation Exercise

A scenario based on a flood response and chemical incidents which affected the civil population and critical infrastructure around the capital city of Podgorica in the areas of the rivers Zeta and Moraca and the Lake Skadar, served as the setting for the consequence management field exercise CRNA GORA 2016. With 680 participants from 31 NATO Allied and partner countries, teams from six allied and 11 partner nations practiced disaster response mechanisms, exercised capabilities and demonstrated their ability to work together effectively in emergency situations using a variety of scenarios.

Exercise CRNA GORA 2016 is a disaster preparation training conducted by NATO’s Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre (EADRCC) and the Directorate for Emergency Management (DEM) of the Ministry of Interior of Montenegro. In this video, U.S. Air Force SSgt John Archiquette shows us how one unit is building bonds while training with our international allies.

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