In-Place Patient Decontamination Unit Training

Instructor Tom Bocek, training manager for the In-Place Patient Decontamination (IPPD) unit, looks on as members of the 134 ARW demonstrate how to decontaminate a patient. The decontamination training was held to better prepare the Air National Guard members in case of a real world incident that may require decontamination of medically injured individuals. The 134 ARW was the first Air National Guard base to recieve this specific training. (US Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Kendra Owenby, 134 ARW Public Affairs/Released by Capt Gary Taft, 134 ARW PAO)

PHOTO BY: Capt Gary Taft, ARW PAO
VIRIN: 101021-F-1885O-158.JPG
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