Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great start

Wednesday, October 07, 2015

2015 CHALLENGE PHOTO GALLERY

A big Louisiana welcome to the six industrial rescue teams participating in this year's Challenge. Here are the "before" shots. Good luck and good learning!

Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great startRescue Team Calumet – Superior, WI


Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great startRescue Team Exxon Plastics – Baton Rouge, LA


Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great startRescue Team Lion Oil – El Dorado, AR


Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great startRescue Team Shell-Geismar – Geismar, LA


Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great startRescue Team Valero – Wilmington, CA


Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great startRescue Team Motiva-Convent – Convent, LA


Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great startChallenge Evaluators with Kay Goodwyn, Roco’s president

left to right: Jason Stubbs, Kenny Greene, Randy Crews, Jim Breen, Kenney Moore, Kay Goodwyn, Dominic Velasquez, Terrell Huber, Mike Adams, Randy Miller, Homero Garcia, Dwaynne Ardeneaux, Eddie Chapa, Chad Roberson, Troy Gardner, Bobby Kauer, Dennis O’Connell

Here's the photo gallery

Rescue Team Calumet – Superior, WI Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great start Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great start Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great start
Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great start Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great start Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great start Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great start
Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great start Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great start Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great start Rescue Challenge 2015 off to a great start
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