Spc. Brandon Dezarn, a healthcare specialist with the 1984th U.S. Army Hospital, Detachment 1, Fort Richardson, Alaska, and Spc. Kristopher Ingram, an orthopedic specialist with the 1984th U.S. Army Hospital, Detachment 2, Fort Shafter, Hawaii, demonstrate how to properly apply a tourniquet on a person's leg to Malaysian medics during a Medical First Responders course as part of the Keris Strike 12 exercise at Camp Ulu Tiram, near Johor Bahru, Malaysia, Sept. 19. Keris Strike 12 is a U.S. Army Pacific sponsored Theater Security Cooperation Program exercise conducted annually with the Malaysian Armed Forces.
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