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    Default WMD Training Exercise

    At my work (US Government) we're going to be doing a huge WMD training exercise next month. I found out today that my station is supposed to be part of the exercise and will respond to the call. I've volunteered to be a victim in the exercise, so I've got a few more tidbits of info than my station probably knows. Should I give the shift working the day of the exercise a head's up as to what's going on? Part of me thinks no, but I want to hear your thoughts.

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    While the temptation is always there to give your crew a "heads-up" on the exercise, in the long run, I think you would be doing them a diservice. How will they know what their real capabilities are and if they can handle the event if you tell them the game plan beforehand?You can bet the bad guys won't tell.

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