Local reserves are ready at the rescue

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Local reserves are ready at the rescue

Little-known S.W. Colo. unit trains for disasters
Medical Reserve Corps members Carol McGuire and Calixto Cabrera check on the injured during Operation Thunderbird. The training session last year simulated a fuel tanker running into the tail of a commercial jet, with explosion and fire.
The Medical Reserve Corps is ready at local events, such as the USA Pro Cycling Challenge in August, where it set up a medical tent. From left are Wayne Walters, Paul Staby and Steve Harris.
Operation Thurderbird, a training session that simulated a fuel tanker running into the tail of a commercial jet, with explosion and fire, included support from the Medical Reserve Corps. Dr. Dave Levine, medical director for the local unit of the corps, consults with an unidentified medical plane pilot at the Durango-La Plata County Airport.

Local reserves are ready at the rescue

Medical Reserve Corps members Carol McGuire and Calixto Cabrera check on the injured during Operation Thunderbird. The training session last year simulated a fuel tanker running into the tail of a commercial jet, with explosion and fire.
The Medical Reserve Corps is ready at local events, such as the USA Pro Cycling Challenge in August, where it set up a medical tent. From left are Wayne Walters, Paul Staby and Steve Harris.
Operation Thurderbird, a training session that simulated a fuel tanker running into the tail of a commercial jet, with explosion and fire, included support from the Medical Reserve Corps. Dr. Dave Levine, medical director for the local unit of the corps, consults with an unidentified medical plane pilot at the Durango-La Plata County Airport.
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