AMC Hosts Aircrew Chemical Decontamination Exercise
Air Mobility Command (AMC) used our LIDS CBRNE Supreme Aircrew Decontamination System during Exercise Toxic Arch. More than 15 Aircrew Flight Equipment technicians gathered to train on Aircrew Contamination Control Area (ACCA) processes and procedures using our LIDS system. Their goal was to strengthen the continuity and ability to lead an ACCA training event. The exercise used a myriad of aircrew configurations including non-helmeted heavy suit, groundcrew suit, aeromedical evacuations suit and fighter and Rotary Wing Service Aircrew Mask (JSAM).
Our LIDS Aircrew System was specifically designed and engineered to provide complete ACCA decontamination capability regardless which aircrew configuration is used. AMCs Chemical Decontamination Exercise used several aircrew configurations including the new JSAM. Our LIDS has the capability to decon aircrew personnel wearing all fielded aircrew chemical warfare ensembles. The benefit of our LIDS system is we worked closely with numerous decon units to develop the most advanced and easy to use decontamination system available today.