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6th Civil Support Team supports San Antonio Fire Department during the 2011 Battle of Flowers Parade

Soldiers with 6th Civil Support Team work with SA Fire Department's Hazmat team during the Battle of Flowers Parade in San Antonio, April 15. The five-man team used high-tech radiation detection equipment as part of the city's overall plan to keep its citizens safe during the high-profile event. The CST is responsible for maintaining close relationships with state agencies, enabling them to provide assistance when called upon.



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This work, 6th Civil Support Team supports San Antonio Fire Department during the 2011 Battle of Flowers Parade [Image 12 of 12], by SSG Melissa Bright, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.15.2011

Date Posted:04.18.2011 16:24

Photo ID:391293

VIRIN:110415-A-#####-112

Resolution:2848x4288

Size:919.69 KB

Location:SAN ANTONIO, TX, USGlobe

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