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July 27, 2012

ORI Prep: March rounds up for another ATSO Rodeo

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Senior Airman Jennie Estrella, 452d Aeromedical Staging Squadron, participates in an ATSO rodeo.

An Ability to Survive and Operate (ATSO) Rodeo was held at March Air Reserve Base, Calif., July 22, 2012. The ATSO rodeo helps prepare Airmen for an upcoming operational readiness exercise.
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Ebrahim Salaam, 452d Aeromedical Staging Squadron, practices drinking in a contaminated environment while wearing mission operating protective posture gear, level four, during Ability to Survive and Operate Rodeo at March Air Reserve Base, Calif., July 22, 2012. The ATSO rodeo helps prepare Airmen for an upcoming operational readiness exercise.
Airmen don their mission operating protective posture gear, level four, during an ATSO rodeo.
Airmen practice map reading while wearing mission operating protective posture gear, level four, during an ATSO rodeo.
Tech Sgt. Lucila Dickinson, 452d Logistics and Readiness Squadron dons her mission operating protective posture gear, during an ATSO rodeo.

Staff Sgt. Alejandro Pedraza, 452d Aeromedical Staging Squadron, changes M8 paper while in mission operating protective posture gear, level four, during an ATSO rodeo.




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