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  • Public Health Airmen engage civilian partners during DAEOC IRT

    Airmen deployed in support of Delta Area Economic Opportunity Corporation Tri-State Innovative Readiness Training 2019 coordinated with civilian agency partners to promote agency interoperability during public health site visits to multiple locations June 18.
  • USAFRICOM hosts APORA 2019

    The AFRICOM-facilitated program promotes an exchange of best practices between 27 African nations and representatives from U.S. government agencies to increase communication, discuss ongoing challenges, identify gaps and needs and promote regional stability and security.
  • New training prepares Airmen to save lives

    Airmen are “arming up” their life-saving skills with Tactical Combat Casualty Care, also known as TCCC. TCCC is a standardized course created to equip every Airman, Soldier, Sailor and Marine with the basic skills to save lives in combat operations. Replacing the Air Force’s Self Aid and Buddy Care Program, TCCC teaches Airmen to treat injuries until medical care arrives.
  • Airmen provide care during Tropic Care Maui County 2018

    More than 350 Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Airmen deployed to Maui, Molokai and Lanai, Hawaii this summer for Tropic Care Maui County 2018, an Innovative Readiness Training exercise to provide no-cost health services to local residents.
  • Air Force hones skills with emerging infectious diseases training

    Exercise New Horizons 2018 is a joint military training exercise between the U.S. and Panama. During the exercise, U.S. Air Force doctors, public health specialists and other personnel collaborated with the Gorgas Institute at the University of Panama and the Panamanian Ministry of Health to conduct an emerging infectious disease training event.
  • EMEDS Training at Exercise Maroon Surge

    To project forward medical capability into deployed settings, the Air Force uses Expeditionary Medical Support System.
  • Joint training keeps Air Force medics ready to use varied platforms

    When medical Airmen deploy to the battlefield or humanitarian missions, they are often side-by-side with elements from other U.S. service branches. Many of these units use different platforms to deliver medical care and transport patients.
  • Service Before Self

    U.S. Air Force airmen from the 133rd Medical Group, St. Paul, Minn., partnered with members from the 148th Medical Group, Duluth, Minn. and Reservists from around the United States to execute a two-week medical Innovative Readiness Training.
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