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    Ingredients for success: Services personnel enable joint training, public health care clinic in Appalachia [Image 1 of 6]

    Ingredients for success: Services personnel enable joint training, public health care clinic in Appalachia

    WISE, VA, UNITED STATES

    08.22.2019

    Photo by 1st Lt. Andrew Layton 

    110th Wing

    Tech. Sgt. Jennifer Miszewski, services technician, 110th Force Support Squadron, Battle Creek Air National Guard Base, Mich., and Master Sgt. Jammie Mosser, services superintendent, 110th FSS, prepare meals for more than 130 military medical specialists during Innovative Readiness Training Appalachian Care 2019 at Camp Bethel Ministries, Wise, Va., Aug. 22, 2019.

    Appalachian Care Innovative Readiness Training 2019 takes place Aug. 16-29, 2019, to care for the medically underserved communities of Wise, Virginia while simultaneously conducting deployment and readiness training for military personnel. Innovative Readiness Training is the only hands-on training opportunity authorized to operate within the U.S. During Appalachian Care IRT 2019, medical operations will be staged at one physical location at Wise County Fairgrounds. The Appalachian Care IRT 2019 team provides medical, dental, optometry and veterinary care to assist local health and municipal authorities in addressing underserved and unmet community health and civic needs. Units also conduct critical mission training and logistical movement in order to simulate hands-on deployment readiness operations and health care delivery in the time of crisis, conflict or disaster (Air National Guard photo by 1st Lt. Andrew Layton).

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    Date Taken: 08.22.2019
    Date Posted: 08.24.2019 12:06
    Photo ID: 5696928
    VIRIN: 190822-F-VX133-211
    Resolution: 5565x3820
    Size: 3.21 MB
    Location: WISE, VA, US 

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    Ingredients for success: Services personnel enable joint training, public health care clinic in Appalachia