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U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Christopher Cameron, 23d Aerospace Medicine Squadron bioenvironmental engineer, poses next to the AMDS emblem at Moody Air Force Base, Ga., Aug. 30, 2012. Airmen of the 23d AMDS ensure the safety of the base by testing the air, water and soil. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Olivia Dominique/Released) Bioenvironmental engineering flight keeps Moody safe

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Default Air Force Logo Airman attempts to save local national's life
Senior Airman Jason Perri stepped into his vehicle to take his routine route to work. Darkness
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Default Air Force Logo Medical squadron command candidates named
More than 100 officers were named to the medical squadron command candidate list during the 2012
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STRATHAM, N.H. – (left to right) Staff Sgt. Jacob Bender, Tech. Sgt. Stephanie Satinsky, Tech. Sgt. Lorna Allen and Tech. Sgt. Jason Maloney, health profession recruiters for the 360th Recruiting Group, E Flight, in Burlington, Mass., stand at the entrance to the Cooperative Middle School Aug. 10. A total of seven Airmen volunteered to assist with a potential disease outbreak in the state. (Courtesy photo) Airmen assist with New Hampshire disease outbreak testing
Earlier this month, seven Airmen recently volunteered their time and services to help allay the
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Air Force Lt. Col. (Dr.) Jeremy Cannon checks on a critically injured patient at the San Antonio Military Medical Center intensive care unit, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas.  Dr. Cannon, chief of trauma and acute care surgery at SAMMC and assigned to the 59th Medical Wing, is the guest editor of the August edition of the "Surgical Clinics of North America." (U.S. Army photo/Dwayne R. Snader) SAMMC trauma chief cites sweeping changes in critical care
From battlefield innovations to revamped health care systems, the military has "radically
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Default Air Force Logo Afghanistan Health Reconstruction Course introduced into PRT training
Sustainability and self-sufficiency is the goal for the new Afghanistan Health Sector Reconstruction
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Members from the 375th Medical Group carry a piece to set up a tent during an In-Place Patient Decontamination Sustainment Training exercise at Scott Air Force Base, Ill Aug. 16, 2012. The tent was used to simulate cleaning patients with soap ridding them of chemical agents after an attack. IPPD provided in-depth training that covered everything from handling hazardous chemicals to constructing a decontamination facility, which must be mission capable within 15 minutes, and fully functional in 20 minutes, of an emergency notification.(U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Stephenie Wade) Medical personnel rehearse chemical decontamination
There are reports of a chemical incident at the Exchange ... now what do you do? That was the
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Members of the Botswana Defense Force receive hands-on flight safety training from Airmen assigned to the 156th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron from the North Carolina Air National Guard, as part of MEDLITE 12, at Thebephatswa Air Base, Botswana, Aug. 11, 2012. MEDLITE is an annual exercise bringing together U.S. forces personnel with counterparts from militaries throughout Africa. The goal of the exercise is to enhance capabilities and work together by introducing the U.S. Aeromedical Evacuation system of patient movement to the BDF military personnel. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Lausanne Morgan) North Carolina ANG, Botswana defense force find common ground
The C-130 Hercules is a versatile aircraft that serves several different roles depending on the need
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