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Senior Airman Madelyn Brown

Staff Sgt. Nicole Nagle and Senior Airman Chris Gaiters, both from the 60th Medical Group, train Aug. 22 using the Multiple Amputation Trauma Trainer at David Grant USAF Medical Center. The lifelike dummy even holds the same amount of blood as a human, providing realistic simulation for the hospital's medical staff when it faces real-world situations. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Madelyn Brown)

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