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Michigan National Guard Conducts Interagency Exercise at Huntington Place

LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan National Guard 51st Civil Support Team - Weapons of Mass Destruction Unit (CST), is scheduled to participate in an interagency response exercise at Huntington Place in Detroit with state and federal agencies to validate response measures and protocol.

To allow a real-time, first-person point of view, we invite you to attend this event and observe the CST as they locate, mitigate and remove simulated chemical, biological or radiological materials during hands-on training.

WHO: Michigan National Guard 51st CST
WHAT: Interagency Training Exercise (CST, FBI, Detroit Police Department, Detroit Fire Department)
WHEN: Jan. 10 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
WHERE: Huntington Place, 1 Washington Blvd., Detroit

The CST, stationed at Fort Custer, Michigan, provides reliable, swift and thorough chemical, biological and radiological subject matter expertise to support local and state authorities throughout the United States during natural or man-made disasters and incidents involving actual or potential terrorist threats. The Michigan National Guard is committed to the safety of local Michigan communities and this training exercise is critical to the unit’s preparation to support future 2024 events.

To RSVP, please contact MSG Helen Miller at 517-518-1050 or


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