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Major Musto prepares to take a dynamometer from Kathleen DeHaven of Ocean Springs. The instrument is used to measure a patient’s grip strength. Mrs. DeHaven is married to retired Senior Master Sgt. Steve DeHaven. (U.S. Air Force photo by Steve Pivnick)
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Posted: 10/28/2010

Surgical services flight offers trio of therapiesSurgical services flight offers trio of therapies
Surgical services flight offers trio of therapies

Airman 1st Class Kurstie Shaffer connects leads from an iontophoresis unit to 1st Lt. Sarah Reeves’ leg. The equipment forces anti-inflammatory medication through the skin to an affected area. Lieutenant Reeves is a member of the 81st Training Group. (U.S. Air Force photo by Steve Pivnick)
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Posted: 10/28/2010

Compliance inspectors evaluate Keesler's major accident response during exerciseCompliance inspectors evaluate Keesler's major accident response during exercise
Compliance inspectors evaluate Keesler's major accident response during exercise

A Keesler firefighter straps Airman Basic Zachary Duerring, a 334th Training Squadron student onto a stretcher to be transported to the triage area in Tuesday's major accident response exercise. During the exercise a C-130J made a hard landing, lost engine power and crashed into a six-passenger van, coming to rest on the Triangle track north of Alho Manor. The scenario also included a spill from chemicals on the aircraft, hydraulic fluid and JP-8 fuel. Three people "died" and 30 were "injured" in the accident, part of this week's Air Education and Training Command Compliance Inspection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 10/26/2010

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Compliance inspectors evaluate Keesler's major accident response during exercise

Airman 1st Class James Williams, a 338th Training Squadron student is carefully lifted onto an ambulance by Airman 1st Class Edgar Munoz, Staff Sgt. Monique Toth, and Senior Airman 81st Aerospace Medical Squadron, in Tuesday's major accident response exercise. During the exercise a C-130J made a hard landing, lost engine power and crashed into a six-passenger van, coming to rest on the Triangle track north of Alho Manor. The scenario also included a spill from chemicals on the aircraft, hydraulic fluid and JP-8 fuel. Three people "died" and 30 were "injured" in the accident, part of this week's Air Education and Training Command Compliance Inspection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 10/26/2010

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Compliance inspectors evaluate Keesler's major accident response during exercise

Tech. Sgt. Erik Castro, Tech. Sgt. Chad Pedersen, and Staff Sgt. Wahkina Boyd 81st Security Forces Squadron, view the cordon area in Tuesday's major accident response exercise. During the exercise a C-130J made a hard landing, lost engine power and crashed into a six-passenger van, coming to rest on the Triangle track north of Alho Manor. The scenario also included a spill from chemicals on the aircraft, hydraulic fluid and JP-8 fuel. Three people "died" and 30 were "injured" in the accident, part of this week's Air Education and Training Command Compliance Inspection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 10/26/2010

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Compliance inspectors evaluate Keesler's major accident response during exercise

Senior Airman Jeremy Journigan, Staff Sgt. Jacquelyn Jones, Airman 1st Class Evan Compton, and Airman 1st Class Welson Portillo, 81st Force Support Squadron begin their search as part of Search and Recovery team in Tuesday's major accident response exercise. During the exercise a C-130J made a hard landing, lost engine power and crashed into a six-passenger van, coming to rest on the Triangle track north of Alho Manor. The scenario also included a spill from chemicals on the aircraft, hydraulic fluid and JP-8 fuel. Three people "died" and 30 were "injured" in the accident, part of this week's Air Education and Training Command Compliance Inspection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 10/26/2010

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Compliance inspectors evaluate Keesler's major accident response during exercise

Senior Airman John Reed, 81st Aerospace Medical Squadron and Maj. Paul Langevin, tactical on scene coordinator, 81st AMDS discuss which victims to place in which triage areas in Tuesday's major accident response exercise. During the exercise a C-130J made a hard landing, lost engine power and crashed into a six-passenger van, coming to rest on the Triangle track north of Alho Manor. The scenario also included a spill from chemicals on the aircraft, hydraulic fluid and JP-8 fuel. Three people "died" and 30 were "injured" in the accident, part of this week's Air Education and Training Command Compliance Inspection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 10/26/2010

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Compliance inspectors evaluate Keesler's major accident response during exercise

Airman Basic Christopher Hagger, 334th Training Squadron student yells for help in Tuesday's major accident response exercise. During the exercise a C-130J made a hard landing, lost engine power and crashed into a six-passenger van, coming to rest on the Triangle track north of Alho Manor. The scenario also included a spill from chemicals on the aircraft, hydraulic fluid and JP-8 fuel. Three people "died" and 30 were "injured" in the accident, part of this week's Air Education and Training Command Compliance Inspection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 10/26/2010

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Compliance inspectors evaluate Keesler's major accident response during exercise

Keesler fire fighters carry a crash victim to the triage area for treatment in Tuesday's major accident response exercise. During the exercise a C-130J made a hard landing, lost engine power and crashed into a six-passenger van, coming to rest on the Triangle track north of Alho Manor. The scenario also included a spill from chemicals on the aircraft, hydraulic fluid and JP-8 fuel. Three people "died" and 30 were "injured" in the accident, part of this week's Air Education and Training Command Compliance Inspection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 10/26/2010

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Compliance inspectors evaluate Keesler's major accident response during exercise

Vince Davis, Keesler Fire Department’s hazmat safety officer holds Airman Basic Joshua Hagen, a 338th Training Squadron student’s head steady while the medical triage officer retrieves a neck brace to stabilize his neck in Tuesday's major accident response exercise. During the exercise a C-130J made a hard landing, lost engine power and crashed into a six-passenger van, coming to rest on the Triangle track north of Alho Manor. The scenario also included a spill from chemicals on the aircraft, hydraulic fluid and JP-8 fuel. Three people "died" and 30 were "injured" in the accident, part of this week's Air Education and Training Command Compliance Inspection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 10/26/2010

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Compliance inspectors evaluate Keesler's major accident response during exercise

Maj. Jeremy Ponn, a member of the Inspector General team takes notes in Tuesday's major accident response exercise. During the exercise a C-130J made a hard landing, lost engine power and crashed into a six-passenger van, coming to rest on the Triangle track north of Alho Manor. The scenario also included a spill from chemicals on the aircraft, hydraulic fluid and JP-8 fuel. Three people "died" and 30 were "injured" in the accident, part of this week's Air Education and Training Command Compliance Inspection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 10/26/2010

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Compliance inspectors evaluate Keesler's major accident response during exercise

Airman Basic Kody Sumter, a 334th Training Squadron student screams in Tuesday's major accident response exercise. During the exercise a C-130J made a hard landing, lost engine power and crashed into a six-passenger van, coming to rest on the Triangle track north of Alho Manor. The scenario also included a spill from chemicals on the aircraft, hydraulic fluid and JP-8 fuel. Three people "died" and 30 were "injured" in the accident, part of this week's Air Education and Training Command Compliance Inspection. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue)
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Posted: 10/26/2010

    

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