445th medical units participate in disaster response exercise


WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio — The 445th Airlift Wing, in coordination with the Wright State University National Center for Medical Readiness, conducted an emergency disaster response training exercise here and at the Calamityville collaborative training and research facility in Fairborn, Ohio, September 9.

“We are providing an off-site, real-world setting to gain understanding of the other units and provide the opportunity for all medical personnel to work together,” said Master Sgt. Glenda Marck, 445th Aerospace Medicine Squadron cardiopulmonary section NCO in charge. “A real world offsite event such as this is the only way to test and prepare for a disaster or deployment and to successfully meet our training objectives.”

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