On September 3-5, 2019 Personnel from the 94th CST, Guam Customs, Police, Fire and Anderson AFB Emergency Management participated in the FIRE (Fentanyl Investigation and Response Exercise) and did a magnificent job! What an honor to train with them.
With the increasing threat of fentanyl exposure to first responders the FIRE (Fentanyl Investigation and Response Exercise) course prepares law enforcement, CST Personnel and first responders to safely respond to fentanyl threats both foreign and domestic.
Clandestine drug labs often innjure those supervising the safety of others. Child service and probation officers enter potential clan labs everyday, we'll train you to stay alive!
First responders risk their lives to save others. Clan lab sites pose a dangerous risk to First Responders.We train them to make the best decisions possible for their safety and others.
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