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Flight medics on path to complete paramedic certification

Five flight medics from the South Dakota Army National Guard were recognized at a ceremony Oct. 31, 2013, at Camp Rapid, in Rapid City, S.D., for graduating from the National Registry Paramedic program through Western Dakota Technical Institute. The Soldiers will be some of the first in the nation to complete the alternative to the paramedic courses offered at the Army Medical Department Center and School by participating in the Home Station Paramedic Training Program. Pictured from left: Spc. Alyssa Weaver, Staff Sgt. Jared Sampson, Sgt. Adam Max, Staff Sgt. Joseph Larson and Sgt. Rachel Hobbs, all flight medics with Company C, 1-189th Aviation Regiment.



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This work, Flight medics on path to complete paramedic certification, by SSG Michael Beck, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.31.2013

Date Posted:11.06.2013 14:51

Photo ID:1047812

VIRIN:131031-Z-BB320-001

Resolution:2900x2140

Size:7.39 MB

Location:RAPID CITY, SD, USGlobe

Hometown:EAGLE BUTTE, SD, US

Hometown:RAPID CITY, SD, US

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