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Parachuting into Northwest Disaster Drill

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Doomsday Drill

A Chinook drops paratroopers over Sanderson Field in Shelton, Wash., as part of an earthquake and tsunami drill, Thursday, June 9, 2016. The area has been converted into a staging area with hundreds of members of the National Guard, a tactical operations center, a trauma center and various equipment, including decontamination trucks. (AP Photo/Rachel La Corte)

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Washington National Guard Lt. Col. Adam Iwaszuk shows a map of operations for an earthquake and tsunami drill at the Mason County Fairgrounds in Shelton, Wash., Thursday, June 9, 2016. The area has been converted into a staging area with hundreds of members of the National Guard, a tactical operations center, a trauma center and various equipment, including decontamination trucks. (AP Photo/Rachel La Corte)

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Members of the Washington National Guard look at screens showing a map of damage to roads following a simulated earthquake and tsunami, Thursday, June 9, 2016, in Shelton, Wash. Officials in the Pacific Northwest have been rehearsing scenarios on how the region would deal with a dual natural disaster that could kill thousands, cut off coastal communities, and collapse phone and internet service. (AP Photo/Rachel La Corte)

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Washington National Guard paratroopers drop over Sanderson Field in Shelton, Wash., as part of an earthquake and tsunami drill, Thursday, June 9, 2016. The area has been converted into a staging area with hundreds of members of the National Guard, a tactical operations center, a trauma center and various equipment, including decontamination trucks. (AP Photo/Rachel La Corte)

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Paratroopers drop over Sanderson Field in Shelton, Wash., as part of an earthquake and tsunami drill, Thursday, June 9, 2016. The area has been converted into a staging area with hundreds of members of the National Guard, a tactical operations center, a trauma center and various equipment, including decontamination trucks. (AP Photo/Rachel La Corte)

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A National Guard paratrooper gets close to the ground at Sanderson Field in Shelton, Wash., as part of an earthquake and tsunami drill, Thursday, June 9, 2016. The area has been converted into a staging area with hundreds of members of the National Guard, a tactical operations center, a trauma center and various equipment, including decontamination trucks. (AP Photo/Rachel La Corte)

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Washington National Guard paratrooper James Pierce speaks with the media after jumping from a Chinook with supplies as part of an earthquake and tsunami drill, Thursday, June 7, 2016, in Shelton, Wash. Officials in the Pacific Northwest have been rehearsing scenarios on how the region would deal with a dual natural disaster that could kill thousands, cut off coastal communities, and collapse phone and internet service. (AP Photo/Rachel La Corte)

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A member of the National Guard walks by a medium tactical vehicle that can be used for decontamination, on Thursday, June 9, 2016, in Shelton, Wash. Washington is participating in a multiday earthquake and tsunami readiness drill in the Pacific Northwest called Cascadia Rising. (AP Photo/Rachel La Corte)

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Washington National Guard Sgt. Kyle Bouta, left, and 1st Lt. Morgan Clark stand outside of a trauma tent set up in Shelton, Wash., as part of an earthquake and tsunami readiness drill, Thursday, June 9, 2016. Officials in the Pacific Northwest have been rehearsing scenarios on how the region would deal with a dual natural disaster that could kill thousands, cut off coastal communities, and collapse phone and internet service. (AP Photo/Rachel La Corte)

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Washington National Guard X-ray technicians Spc. Jorie Fernandez, left, and Spc. Holly Bench show their work area at a staging area in a trauma tent set up as part of an earthquake and tsunami readiness drill, Thursday, June 9, 2016, in Shelton, Wash. Officials in the Pacific Northwest have been rehearsing scenarios on how the region would deal with a dual natural disaster that could kill thousands, cut off coastal communities, and collapse phone and internet service. (AP Photo/Rachel La Corte)

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Volunteer radio operators participate in an earthquake and tsunami readiness drill, Tuesday, June 7, 2016, at Camp Murray, Wash. Their role is to help bridge the gaps for emergency officials if internet and phone services are severed after a megaquake. (AP Photo/Rachel La Corte)