The 366th Fighter Wing performed a serious accident response train Dec. 6, 2023 at Mountain House Air Power Base, Idaho. This MARE was performed with the target of testing the interoperability between 366th Safety Forces Squadron Airmen and Elmore County Sheriff’s Division. Preparedness is one among 366th Fighter Wing priorities and this train allowed for a number of businesses throughout base to keep up preparedness within the occasion of a real-world situation. 


 


The train kicked off with the simulated shooter getting into the 366th Medical Therapy Facility, yelling, knocking on doorways and firing a rifle. The “shooter” fired clean rounds, leading to simulated six casualties and 7 accidents. 


 


“I knew I used to be going to be the simulated lively shooter, so the week main as much as the train I used to be performing out,” mentioned William Negri, 366th Medical Group medical coaching supervisor. “I used to be yelling, storming out of conferences, performing out and just one particular person had requested me if I used to be okay, so I believe a great takeaway from that is that listening to these round you and being intentional about connections is essential.” 


 


Watching out for the psychological well being of your wingmen is crucial to sustaining a wholesome work surroundings and it’s the duty of all Gunfighters to remain vigilant of menace indicators.


 


The wing’s inspection and train program is accountable for creating, strategizing and executing foundational situations and workouts for the bottom.


 


“Our Gunfighters did an incredible job in evaluating the state of affairs and responding accordingly, making this train an total success,” mentioned Col. Isaac Bell, 366th FW deputy commander. “We conduct active-shooter workouts to make sure Gunfighters are at all times prepared to answer an actual menace, sustaining mission effectiveness and office security.”


 


 



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