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  • S.C. Army National Guard practices Hazardous Material and Weapons of Mass Destruction training scenarios

    The S.C. Army National Guard's 43rd Civil Support team was at the old Waccamaw Pottery site today doing Hazardous Material and Weapons of Mass Destruction training scenarios. Todays event was for readiness training only. The team works closely with local first responders to protect against a variety of homeland security threats. Tuesday, March 7, 2017.

The S.C. Army National Guard's 43rd Civil Support team was at the old Waccamaw Pottery site today doing Hazardous Material and Weapons of Mass Destruction training scenarios. Todays event was for readiness training only. The team works closely with local first responders to protect against a variety of homeland security threats. Tuesday, March 7, 2017. James Lee jlee@thesunnews.com
The S.C. Army National Guard's 43rd Civil Support team was at the old Waccamaw Pottery site today doing Hazardous Material and Weapons of Mass Destruction training scenarios. Todays event was for readiness training only. The team works closely with local first responders to protect against a variety of homeland security threats. Tuesday, March 7, 2017. James Lee jlee@thesunnews.com

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