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Edwin Hernandez, an emergency medical technician/instructor,

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Edwin Hernandez, an emergency medical technician/instructor,

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Edwin Hernandez, an emergency medical technician/instructor, Haz-Mat Operations, Fire Department of the City of New York (FDNY) watches as U.S. Army Reserve Spc Aldrich Cushnie with the 468th Engineer Detachment (firefighting headquarters), 368th Engineer Battalion, 302d Maneuver Enhancement Brigade, 412th Theater Engineer Command based in Danvers, Mass., uses a Sawzall to cut the A post of a vehicle during a Vehicle Extrication in the New York City Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Response (CBRN) Joint Training Exercise (JTE) at the Times Square Church, in New York City, New York, July 10, 2018. Spc. Christopher Perrin is at right. The FDNY with U.S. Army Northern Command conducted the JTE simulating CBRN events to maximize the appropriate response from first responders. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. 1st Class Clinton Wood)

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10/07/2018
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