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Staff Sgt. Brett Jones, with the 72nd Security Forces Squadron, assists volunteer actor, Master Sgt. Jo DeLorenzi as she looks for her children during the emergency response exercise April 6. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)

Staff Sgt. Brett Jones, with the 72nd Security Forces Squadron, assists volunteer actor, Master Sgt. Jo DeLorenzi, 507th Civil Engineer Squadron as she looks for her children during the emergency response exercise April 6. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)

Senior Airman TsisTsisTsas Tall Bear, with the 72nd Medical Operations Squadron, fills out a triage tag for Leo Guerrero, a moulage victim, during the April 6 emergency response exercise. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)

Senior Airman TsisTsisTsas Tall Bear, with the 72nd Medical Operations Squadron, fills out a triage tag for Leo Guerrero, a moulage victim, during the April 6 emergency response exercise. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)

Members of the 72nd Medical Group worked side-by-side with Samaritan EMS during the emergency response exercise April 6 to help Master Sgt. Bob Begay, with the 513th Maintenance Squadron. Moulage victims were sorted into four categories (minor, delayed, immediate and morgue) based on injury severity in the triage area. Medics gave immediate care to the victims and filled out individual triage tags, which shows such information as personal information about the victim, types of injuries, vital signs and mental state. The triage tags help inform EMS or other medical professionals about a victim’s state when they enter their care. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)

Members of the 72nd Medical Group worked side-by-side with Samaritan EMS during the emergency response exercise April 6 to help Master Sgt. Bob Begay, with the 513th Maintenance Squadron. Moulage victims were sorted into four categories (minor, delayed, immediate and morgue) based on injury severity in the triage area. Medics gave immediate care to the victims and filled out individual triage tags, which shows such information as personal information about the victim, types of injuries, vital signs and mental state. The triage tags help inform EMS or other medical professionals about a victim’s state when they enter their care. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)

Medics with the 72nd Medical Group, along with members of the 72nd Security Forces Squadron, help stabilize a moulage victim during the April 6 emergency response exercise. About 150 volunteers helped bring to life a more realistic-feeling exercise, which enabled first responders to know how to better react in real world situations. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)

Medics with the 72nd Medical Group, along with members of the 72nd Security Forces Squadron, help stabilize a moulage victim during the April 6 emergency response exercise. About 150 volunteers helped bring to life a more realistic-feeling exercise, which enabled first responders to know how to better react in real world situations. (Air Force photo by Kelly White)

TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, Okla. -- Members of the 72nd Medical Group worked side-by-side with Samaritan EMS during the emergency response exercise April 6 during a base wide major accident response exercise. The exercise is for preparation to the Air Show on May 20-21.  Moulage victims were sorted into four categories (minor, delayed, immediate and morgue) based on injury severity in the triage area. Medics gave immediate care to the victims and filled out individual triage tags, which shows such information as personal information about the victim, types of injuries, vital signs and mental state. The triage tags help inform EMS or other medical professionals about a victim’s state when they enter their care. (Air Force photos by Kelly White)