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Into the danger zone: MCAS Miramar ARFF conducts HAZMAT exercise

May 21, 2018

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Marines and first responders with Marine Corps Air Station Miramar Aircraft Rescue and Fire
Lance Cpl. Luis Da Luz, a hazardous material entry team technician with Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting, passes HAZMAT samples to Lance Cpl. Alex Herrero, a HAZMAT entry team technician with ARFF, during an exercise at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., May 17. The exercise simulated a bioterrorism attack and required several MCAS Miramar units to coordinate an effective response.

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