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Osan airmen provide crisis response

Via Flickr:
A firefighter from the 51st Civil Engineer Squadron extinguishes a fire started from a simulated plane crash at Osan Air Base, Republic for Korea, during operational readiness exercise Beverly Midnight 12-03, July 23, 2012. Throughout the week, Osan Mustangs demonstrate the ability to operate in a chemical environment as well as administer self-aid and buddy-care during a wartime environment. Airmen also highlight their ability to position, employ and sustain forces and showcase operational readiness
51st Fighter Wing Public Affairs
Photo by Staff Sgt. Craig Cisek
Date Taken:07.23.2012
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