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    USAMMDA, USAMTEAC teams test field-portable ventilator, prolonged care kit during operational assessment with Fort Liberty-based medical company [Image 1 of 22]

    USAMMDA, USAMTEAC teams test field-portable ventilator, prolonged care kit during operational assessment with Fort Liberty-based medical company

    FORT LIBERTY, NC, UNITED STATES

    11.01.2023

    Photo by Cameron Parks 

    U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity (USAMMDA)

    U.S. Army Soldiers with the 528th Field Hospital train with a Ventway Sparrow Portable Resuscitator (VSPR) during a field exercise and operational assessment, Fort Liberty, North Carolina, Nov. 1, 2023. During the operational assessment, medical developers with the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development Activity (USAMMDA) and evaluators from the U.S. Army Medical Test and Evaluation Activity (USAMTEAC) joined the 36th Medical Company Area Support (MCAS) to test and assess the progress of the Prolonged Care Augmentation Detachment (PCAD) medical equipment set, and the VSPR. The PCAD and VSPR are development programs designed to enable lifesaving and life prolonging combat casualty care at and near the front lines. USAMMDA and USAMTEAC routinely partner during medical device program development to ensure medical devices meet the high standards of U.S. Army medicine and equip joint force medical providers for combat operations and training. USAMMDA, the U.S. Department of Defense's lead medical product development activity, develops new drugs, vaccines, devices, and medical support equipment designed to enhance Joint Force readiness and maximize survival of medical casualties on the battlefield. (U.S. Army Photo by Cameron E. Parks/Released)

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    Date Taken: 11.01.2023
    Date Posted: 11.03.2023 12:53
    Photo ID: 8104363
    VIRIN: 231101-A-XH454-1222
    Resolution: 6048x4024
    Size: 2.04 MB
    Location: FORT LIBERTY, NC, US

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