First responders and military take part in a one of a kind drill.
There was a massive emergency drill held in Visalia on Thursday.
It was a unique search and rescue exercise involving multiple agencies throughout Tulare County, as they prepare for a worst case scenario involving a military air crash.
The scene was set with a mock military plane crash and even a triage of victims, with extensive injuries, transported by SkyLife.
It's a scene that's made to look real, but it's all part of a rescue drill where dozens of police, fire and emergency responders put their skills to the test.
Andrew Lockman with Tulare County Emergency Services said, "When something happens it happens all at once. That's the way it is. We need to practice how we play. Things don't develop slow and on our schedule."
This is a one of a kind rescue drill where an actual mobile aircraft training prop is set on fire.
NAS Fire Chief Gary Alvidrez said, "It's what we're here to do. A military type incident where military jet crashes, which throws off very hazardous compounds."
This drill was so planned out, even the triage was equipped with a decontamination tent for victims who might have been exposed to toxics.
And it wouldn't be a military emergency without the Navy Seahawk Search and Rescue Unit from Naval Air Station Lemoore.
This is the first time this Navy helicopter is taking part in a simulated aircraft mishap.
These training exercises are done at least once a year with different agencies through out the Central Valley.