Service members discuss the Afghan National Army (ANA) medic course March 10, 2012. The eight-week course is taught by ANA instructors and is another step toward medical independence for Afghan National Security Forces. The course covers basic medical treatment, including hemmorhage control, emergency medicine and evacuation. Includes sound bites from Petty Officer 1st Class Nigel Kissoon, a chief medical advisor, with the Embedded Training Team, Regimental Combat Team 6, a native of Queens, N.Y., and Afghan National Army Staff Sgt. Asmatullah, medical platoon sergeant, with HQ Tolai, 4th Kandak, 2nd Brigade, 215th Corps. Also available in high definition.
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