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    Fort Bliss Range Control volunteers assist in making life-saving device for WBAMC [Image 1 of 2]

    Fort Bliss Range Control volunteers assist in making life-saving device for WBAMC

    EL PASO, TX, UNITED STATES

    05.15.2020

    Photo by Amabilia Payen 

    William Beaumont Army Medical Center

    Raul Martinez and Robert Serrano, maintenance workers with Fort Bliss Directorate of Plans Training Mobilization and Security, Range Control branch, demonstrate how to put together one COVID-19 Airway Management Isolation Chamber (CAMIC), May 15, at the Range Control building on Fort Bliss. The CAMIC is an inexpensive barrier device for COVID-19 patients, by draping clear plastic sheeting over a box-like frame made of common PVC piping, then placed over the head of patients to reduce the risk of virus spread as these patients receive treatment at William Beaumont Army Medical Center.

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    Date Taken: 05.15.2020
    Date Posted: 05.29.2020 14:15
    Photo ID: 6225341
    VIRIN: 200515-A-DO208-0001
    Resolution: 3648x2048
    Size: 743.57 KB
    Location: EL PASO, TX, US 
    Hometown: FORT BLISS, TX, US

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