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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Ohio Crisis Actors NEEDED for July 19/20 2016 National Guard Exercises

More bad actors needed for upcoming false flags.

Published on 19 Jul 2016
Role Players needed to support Ohio National Guard Emergency Response exercise

Camp Ravenna, Newton Falls OH, 19 and 20 July 2016

Human Domain Solutions (HDS), LLC is seeking Casualty Role Players (CRP) to participate in an Emergency Response exercise by the Ohio National Guard at the Camp Ravenna Joint Military Training Center at Newton Falls/Windham, Ohio on Tuesday, 19 July and Wednesday, 20 July. The 2-day exercise will be a National Guard emergency response to a natural disaster including a building collapse and chemical incident. The Role Players will be moulaged (injury make-up) to portray various physical and emotional conditions and go through triage, decontamination, and medical treatment lines 3-4 times during each day of the exercise. Arrival time will be early AM each day between 6:00 and 7:30 AM--TDB. The exercise will conclude each day between 4:30 and 6:00 PM--TBD. CRPs will be provided cut-away prop clothing and will be moulaged with fake blood and injuries for the first National Guard responders to evaluate and handle, and many CRPs will be washed in the decontamination lines.

Those who have participated in National Guard disaster response exercises in the past have had a blast; you get paid to have fun and support this important State and community service. There is no security clearance requirement, so it is open to all, but priority will be given to those with previous role playing, acting, or EMT/first responder/disaster response experience. We are also looking for diversity amongst our Role Players, including gender, ethnicity, age, disabilities, and foreign language abilities. CRPs may not have a serious or limiting medical condition, due to the potentially stressful medical/decontamination processes and high summer temperatures.

Pay for the 2-day exercise is $260, or $125 for only one of the days. Priority will be given to those participating in both days. Lunch, snacks, water and soft drinks will also be provided.

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