Emergency Management Exercise; Osan responders challenged

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow, here Oct. 5.  Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'.  The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides.  This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario.  (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Oct. 5. Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'. The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides. This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario. (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow, here Oct. 5.  Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'.  The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides.  This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario.  (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Oct. 5. Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'. The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides. This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario. (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow, here Oct. 5.  Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'.  The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides.  This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario.  (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Oct. 5. Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'. The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides. This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario. (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow, here Oct. 5.  Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'.  The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides.  This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario.  (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Oct. 5. Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'. The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides. This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario. (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow, here Oct. 5.  Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'.  The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides.  This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario.  (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Oct. 5. Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'. The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides. This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario. (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow, here Oct. 5.  Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'.  The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides.  This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario.  (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Oct. 5. Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'. The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides. This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario. (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow, here Oct. 5.  Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'.  The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides.  This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario.  (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Oct. 5. Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'. The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides. This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario. (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow, here Oct. 5.  Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'.  The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides.  This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario.  (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Oct. 5. Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'. The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides. This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario. (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow, here Oct. 5.  Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'.  The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides.  This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario.  (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, Oct. 5. Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'. The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides. This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario. (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- During an Emergency Management Exercise, Osan responders reacted to a simulated A-10 that collided with a CH-47, which then crashed into a static display during an airshow, here Oct. 5. Fifth-graders from Osan Middle School helped with the exercise, giving it a 'real-feel'. The students were moulaged up and spread across the flight-line serving as victims for first responders with wounds ranging from smoke inhalation to protruding insides. This exercise gave Osan responders a chance to shine while responding to a very possible emergency scenario. (U.S. Air Force Photo by/Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez)

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