With artificial wounds and walkers in tow, several guardsmen pretended to be casualties from a collapsed building.
It's training for the National Guard's Homeland Response Force at the Guardian Center in Perry.
"They're an asset that each FEMA region has in case of any disaster or incident," said Lieutenant Colonel Michael Maddox, "It doesn't just have to be a terrorist incident, it can also be a hurricane or a tornado or anything that involves mass casualties."
Maddox says Homeland Response Force, or HRF for short, steps in when first responders need help for large scale disasters.
There are 10 HRFs in the United States.