AFE Airmen prepare for decontamination training

U.S. Air Force Reserve aircrew flight equipment technicians assigned to 913th Operations Support Squadron, construct an Aircrew Contamination Control Area (ACCA) June 15, 2017, at Little Rock Air Force Base, Ark. The purpose of the ACCA is to establish a location to provide detection, contamination control, and processing provisions for aircrew members (customers) into a toxic free environment. It is AFE’s responsibility to meet the operational requirements of the ACCA process in a Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear (CBRN) environment. AFE procedures include recognizing vulnerabilities and opportunities to protect personnel, working safely and effectively in a contaminated environment, and understanding and operating and an ACCA (U.S. Air Force by Master Sgt. Jeff Walston/Released)

PHOTO BY: Jeff Walston
VIRIN: 170615-F-KL377-011.JPG
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