On March 10, 2020, the Arizona Simulation Technology & Education Center (ASTEC) participated in Tucson Airport Authority’s full-scale emergency exercise, which takes place every three years as required by federal law. ASTEC staff and volunteers had less than an hour to simulate wounds on community members so they could roleplay injured airplane passengers. The scenario involved an explosion caused when a drone landed on the plane’s wing. Using makeup, fake blood and prosthetics, ASTEC personnel replicated black eyes, wounds and other traumatic injuries that first responders might encounter in real life. The drill allows health care providers, firefighters, police officers, National Guard officers, TSA and FBI agents, and others to test emergency plans to make sure they’re ready to hit the ground running in the event of a real-life emergency.