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May 05, 2006
U.S. Navy students Tiffany Moffett (L) and Erica Fewins (C) carry a mock body away from a scene while...
Meridian, USA
US Navy students carry a mock body away from a scene during a mock chemical attack in Meridian
U.S. Navy students Tiffany Moffett (L) and Erica Fewins (C) carry a mock body away from a scene while listening to Petty Officer Jesse Brown (R) on where to place the body during a mock chemical attack at Naval Air Station - Meridian near Meridian, Mississippi, May 5, 2006. The chemical identified as Tabun was the substance use during the attack. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, tabun is a man-made nerve agent that can be used in chemical warfare. Tabun is also known as "GA" and is colorless, clear and tasteless liquid that can be used as a gas if heated. REUTERS/Kyle Carter
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