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Belle, West Virginia (August 28, 2021) – U.S. Marines from The Chemical Biological Incident Response Force practice decontamination measures during a notional response to an emergency involving train colliding with a bus in Belle, West Virginia. Vigilant Guard is an annual large-scale disaster response exercise sponsored by the U.S. Northern Command in conjunction with the National Guard Bureau that brings federal, state, and local military personnel, public safety, first responders, and private sector partners together. The multi-day, hands-on and stimulated training exercise supports the development, enhancement, and interoperability of disaster response assets within a joint environment. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Kristian S. Karsten/Not Released) - Belle, West Virginia (August 28, 2021) – Roleplayers await rescue in a notional emergency involving train colliding with a bus in Belle, West Virginia. Vigilant Guard is an annual large-scale disaster response exercise sponsored by the U.S. Northern Command in conjunction with the National Guard Bureau that brings federal, state, and local military personnel, public safety, first responders, and private sector partners together. The multi-day, hands-on and stimulated training exercise supports the development, enhancement, and interoperability of disaster response assets within a joint environment. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Kristian S. Karsten/Not Released)

Indian Head, Maryland (July 30, 2021) -- U.S. Marine Corps Col. Donald J. Riley Jr. outgoing Commanding Officer of the Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF), passes the CBIRF guidon to U.S. Marine Corps Col. Dean A. Schulz, oncoming commander of CBIRF, during the CBIRF change of command ceremony at Naval Support Facility Indian Head, Md. The ceremony signifies the transfer of command authority and responsibility from Riley to Col. Dean A. Schulz. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by SSgt Kristian S. Karsten/Released) - Indian Head, Maryland (July 30, 2021) -- U.S. Marine Corps Col. Donald J. Riley Jr. outgoing Commanding Officer of the Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF), passes the CBIRF guidon to U.S. Marine Corps Col. Dean A. Schulz, oncoming commander of CBIRF, during the CBIRF change of command ceremony at Naval Support Facility Indian Head, Md. The ceremony signifies the transfer of command authority and responsibility from Riley to Col. Dean A. Schulz. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by SSgt Kristian S. Karsten/Released)

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