Girl Scouts help first responders train during Alaska Shield [Image 3 of 4]
CORDOVA, AK, UNITED STATES
Members of the Cordova Volunteer Fire Department and Alaska National Guard soldiers from A-troop, 1-297th Reconnaissance and Surveillance Squadron extricate girl scouts with Troop 285 from a roof collapse at The Red Dragon as part of a mock disaster drill in conjunction with Alaska Shield 14 here March 28, 2014. Alaska Shield 14 is an exercise that involves state, federal, military and local agencies, designed to test the response and coordination of the disaster modeled after the 1964 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that devastated much of South Central Alaska including the city of Cordova. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Shane Dorschner)
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