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Exercise Caribbean Thunder – Maryland’s 32nd Civil Support Team

The Maryland National Guard’s 32nd Civil Support Team began the first major part of exercise Caribbean Thunder, a multi-CST exercise including the Puerto Rican and Ohio CSTs, Jan. 26 at Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico. The mission was to respond to a suspected weapons of mass destruction agent released at a convention center in Puerto Rico, locate the source and identify the agent. The exercise gave each CST the opportunity to deploy to a location, collaborate with other CST’s, perform their mission and redeploy to home station.

Audio comments (in order):
1. Lt. Col. Paul Kastner, Commander 32nd CST
2. Air Force Master Sgt. Christopher Bolt, team chief, 32nd CST

The Maryland National Guard’s 32nd Civil Support Team concluded exercise Caribbean Thunder, a multi CST exercise including the Puerto Rican and Ohio CSTs,  Jan. 28 at Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico.  The mission was to conduct relief in place operations Puerto Rico, locate the source and identify of a weapons of mass destruction agent. This exercise gave each CST the opportunity to deploy to a location, collaborate with other CST’s, perform their mission and redeploy to home station.

Audio comments (in order):
1. Senior Master Sgt. Wayne Theurer, first sergeant, 32nd CST
2. Air Force Master Sgt. Mark Herman, medical NCO, 32nd CS

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