This is most of our luggage. 10 of us with about 4 bags each.
It all looked so nice and neat at this point.
Each room had a TV and a small fridge. War is hell.
Class usually started at 0700. Breakfast from 0600-0630, then ingest as much coffee as possible...
Nice way to start off the week... Gas Mask Class!!!
And this, ladies, is why they call them BCG's (Birth Control Glasses)...
Making sure they all fit.
One must stay hydrated while remaining safe from sarin gas.
Hard to tell he has pants on over his pants - they all kind of look the same...
MSGT Jason Kamp was delighted to demonstrate how the chem suit fits.
Make sure all the buttons, snaps, velcro, zippers get closed up correctly!
One final check of the seal around the mask.
Making sure we have a good seal.
Almost ready to survive an attack.
SRA Billings helps Jason get his gloves on.
NOW he's ready for anything! This is called MOPP level 4.
Self Aid Buddy Care class - learning the proper way to drag someone out of harm's way.
LT Armstrong had a bum ankle to start out the week, so she gladly volunteered for a ride on the litter...
Strapping the patient down in case we drop her...
Important to leave the arms out if the patient is consious
Everyone gets a good look
Chief instructing on proper litter carry techniques
Four man carry
When on a hill, try to put their head at the top...
She looks so very happy...probably just a flesh wound
Time for SRA Cesaratto to get the treatment!
Pull the strap nice and tight so he doesn't fall off!
Too bright - need shades!