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63rd Civil Support Team trains with City of Altus
Oklahoma National Guard
May 5, 2021 | 1:16
Package: Members of the 63rd Civil Support Team, Oklahoma National Guard, partner with first responders as part of a 72-hour field exercise in Altus, Oklahoma, May 4-6, 2021.

This multi-day training event is one of several exercise scheduled around the state this year designed to test Guard members, emergency management personnel and first responders ability to quickly work to together during natural and man-made disasters.

CG Information:

Capt. Mitchell Bledsoe (:06-:11)
Operations Officer, 63rd Civil Support Team, Oklahoma National Guard

Lt. Chase Duncan (:47-51)
Altus Fire Department
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