Jennifer Mack from the Office of the State Archeologist of Iowa takes measurements of a retrieved human skull during the Florida Emergency Mortuary Operations Response System (FEMORS) Hurricane Exercise (HUREX) Drill at Camp Blanding Joint Training Center in Starke, Fla., on May 18, 2016.The FEMORS HUREX Drill was an first of its kind operational drill designed to establish a learning environment for FEMORS, District Medical Examiner offices (District 4 and District 8), the Florida CBRNE Enhanced Response Force Package (CERFP) and 254th Transportation Company to exercise emergency response pla

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Jennifer Mack from the Office of the State Archeologist of Iowa takes measurements of a retrieved human skull during the Florida Emergency Mortuary Operations Response System (FEMORS) Hurricane Exercise (HUREX) Drill at Camp Blanding Joint Training Center in Starke, Fla., on May 18, 2016.The FEMORS HUREX Drill was an first of its kind operational drill designed to establish a learning environment for FEMORS, District Medical Examiner offices (District 4 and District 8), the Florida CBRNE Enhanced Response Force Package (CERFP) and 254th Transportation Company to exercise emergency response pla
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Jennifer Mack from the Office of the State Archeologist of Iowa takes measurements of a retrieved human skull during the Florida Emergency Mortuary Operations Response System (FEMORS) Hurricane Exercise (HUREX) Drill at Camp Blanding Joint Training Center in Starke, Fla., on May 18, 2016.The FEMORS HUREX Drill was an first of its kind operational drill designed to establish a learning environment for FEMORS, District Medical Examiner offices (District 4 and District 8), the Florida CBRNE Enhanced Response Force Package (CERFP) and 254th Transportation Company to exercise emergency response plans, policies, and procedures as they pertain to fatality management response. Volunteered human body parts and cadavers were utilized to ensure the most realistic training could be accomplished. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Troy Anderson // RELEASED)