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Airman 1st Class Greg Meyer, 96th Medical Operations Squadron, applies detail to the putty compound to create a realistic facial wound prior to a mass casualty exercise April 19. The moulage team turned more than 40 volunteers into ‘horror movie’ realistic victims of an aircraft fire. The team’s “art” provides a sense of realism in exercises that medics and first responders may encounter in real-world accidents. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

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