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The disaster prevention and rescue drill was operated by Taipei City Government on Fuxinggang Campus, National Defense University on March 31. By carrying out live practice based on the issues regarding any disasters caused by earthquake, public warning of volcanic disaster, and evacuation, this drill aimed to develop the rescue and response ability in every unit. (photographed by journalist Chen, Chun-Chun from Military News Agency)
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The Army participated in the disaster prevention and rescue drill in Taipei City to show the result of training in emergency rescue and disaster response.

Publication Date: 2018/03/31

(reported by journalist Chen, Chun-Chun from Military News Agency on March 31th in Taipei) The disaster prevention and rescue drill in 2018 was operated by Taipei City Government today on Fuxinggang Campus, National Defense University. By carrying out live practice based on the issues regarding any disasters caused by earthquake, public warning of volcanic disaster, and evacuation, this drill aimed to develop the rescue and response ability in every unit.

It was the first time to include volcanic eruption in an internal drill. The relevant Command Headquarter, the Third Regional Support Command, the 53rd Engineer Group, the 33rd Chemical Warfare Group, Information and Communications Support First Brigade, the 202nd Military Police Command, the 66th Marine Brigade, the 601st Aviation Brigade, and Air Rescue Group all participated in this drill to show the result of regular training in emergency rescue and disaster response.

The Major of Taipei City, Ko Wen-je claimed that everyone should keep running scared all the time. Taiwan is a place where a lot of disasters always occur like typhoon and earthquake; therefore, regular drills regarding disaster prevention and any further correction should be required to let Taipei City be a safer place.

After the drill, Major Ko sent his regards to the units responsible for the drill. He particularly expressed his gratitude and affirmation to the performance of the officers and soldiers in the Army.

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