Emergency room with Senegalese hospital personnel and partners from the U.S. Army and U.S. Army Reserve in the emergency room at Hopital Militaire de Ouakam during Medical Readiness Training Exercise (MEDRETE) 16-1 from January 18-29, 2016 which demonstrates the strong partnership between the U.S. and African partners.
Taken: 01.28.2016 | Video by Capt. Charles An
Greater Chenango Cares volunteers were vital in providing patients with directions, bottled water, and referral resources during the Innovative Readiness Training event held at Norwich High School, July 20, 2016. Greater Chenango Cares is one of the IRT events that provides real-world training in a joint civil-military environment while delivering world-class medical care to the people of Chenango County, N.Y., from July 15-24.
Taken: 07.20.2016 | Photo by Maj. Satomi Mack-Martin
A row of 12 Army Reserve, Navy Reserve, and Air National Guard service members kneel by tent flaps laying flat on the ground. In pairs, they work together like a well-oiled machine, with one person kneeling and the other person squatting, ready for the command to insert a pin into the tent hole and assemble a hospital tent. “Raise your hand if you’re putting the pin in,” commands Army Capt. Burke Tervort, as he identifies particular roles and guides them through setting up a veterinary hospital tent. “Prepare to lift”. The row of service members, in unison, lift up one side of the tent. Tervort then commands the group to find the pin and adjust the poles accordingly. Thursday, July 14, service members prepared...
07.24.2016 | NY, US | Story by Maj. Satomi Mack-Martin