Army Reserve medical Soldiers receive recognition for service
Army Medical Department Professional Management Command hosted a Welcome Home Warrior Citizen Recognition ceremony on Friday, August 17th to honor approximately 25 U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers who mobilized or deployed in support of global contingency operations.  Here, Col. Todd. Traver, APMC Commander, thanks Soldiers and family members in the audience.  The Welcome Home Warrior Citizen Award is designed to publically acknowledge our Army Reserve Soldiers for their selfless-service and sacrifice, as well as recognizing the family members who provide that support alongside their Soldiers.
Sept. 13, 2018 - For well over a decade, the Warrior Medics of Army Reserve Medical Command have been an integral and essential element of the Total Army and the Joint Force by meeting high operational demands, assisting with generating forces to support Army commitments worldwide and providing critical enabling capabilities that America’s military relies on to initiate and sustain complex global operations.

Defeating a migraine while deployed
Medical personnel from the 75th Combat Support Hospital at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, perform a surgery on Spc. Tariq Booker to alleviate migraines, July 20, 2018. Doctors from the U.S. Army and Kuwaiti government work together to create the best care plans possible for patients.
Aug. 30, 2018 - When he arrived in the Middle East, U.S. Army Spc. Tariq Booker, an Army Reserve Soldier stationed at Ali Al Salem Air Base, Kuwait, was suffering from daily migraines which left him unable to perform his duties and barely able to get out of bed. However, thanks to a perfect mix of factors, Booker was able to undergo an operation at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, which immediately alleviated his headaches.

U.S. Army Reserve safer after recent batch of CLS graduates
An Army Reserve Sergeant and medial evaluator looks on as a Soldier demonstrates Combat Lifesaving Techniques during a practice evaluation. The practice evaluations covered a range of injuries from severed limbs to sucking chest wounds to injuries that required a Nasal Pharyngeal Airway device.
Aug. 27, 2018 - Thanks to 19 individuals and four certified trainers, a resident Dallas-Fort Worth military unit will be more equipped to save the lives of fellow uniformed members and civilians than ever.

Army Reserve medics train with realism
A U.S. Army Reserve Soldier evaluates a simulated casualty following a Combat Lifesaver Course, given by medics with Task Force Ultimate, inside a Medical Simulation Training Center (MSTC) during Operation Cold Steel II, hosted by U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operation Command (Airborne) at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., July 27, 2018. Operation Cold Steel is the U.S. Army Reserve’s crew-served weapons qualification and validation exercise to ensure that America’s Army Reserve units and Soldiers are trained and ready to deploy on short notice and bring combat-ready and lethal firepower in support of the Army and our joint partners anywhere in the world. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher J. Sofia/78th Training Division)
Aug. 9, 2018 - Clouds of fog fill the air in dimly lit rooms as red and green strobe lights flash above. Over the speakers, sounds of gunfire and explosions ring out. Bloodied mannequins lay on the floor awaiting rescue. The scene is ready, but this is no Hollywood movie set.

3rd Medical Command flexes forward for Mission Command excellence
Brig. Gen. Stephen Sauter, deputy commanding general of the 3rd Medical Command (Deployment Support), discusses future plans and procedures with his staff during the Global Medic 2018 Combat Support Training Exercise at Joint Base San Antonio, Texas, July 16. The CSTX is a U.S. Army Reserve situational scenario-based simulation exercise focused on the development of strategic, operational, tactical, and joint medical skills that include other U.S. forces and foreign militaries. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Staff Sgt. Dalton Smith)
July 24, 2018 - U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from the 3rd Medical Command (Deployment Support) have been on ground at Joint Base San Antonio for two weeks, preparing to provide medical support to combat arms units as part of the Global Medic 2018 Combat Support Training Exercise.

Army Reserve Soldiers conduct Medical IRT clinic at Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig School
LEECH LAKE INDIAN RESERVATION, Minnesota—Left, Army Reserve Lt. Col. Breacya Washington, a dentist with the 7218th Medical Support Unit from Louisville and in her civilian career she is a doctor of dental medicine, speaks with her patient Theodora Redwing, a Cass Lake Indian Reservation resident in depth about her tooth extraction July 12, 2018, at the Cass Lake Indian Health Service Innovative Readiness Training event.
July 24, 2018 - Approximately 40 Soldiers from the Army Reserve Medical Command’s 7218th Medical Support Unit, from Louisville, in partnership with Cass Lake Indian Health Service are offering no-cost healthcare services at the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig School from July 10-19.

MPs get hands on medical training
Lt. Col. Louis Dibernardo, a trauma surgeon from the 11th Military Police Brigade, teaches a partial Combat Lifesaver class during a Combined Support Training Exercise at Fort Hunter Liggett, CA, July 13, 2018.
July 20, 2018 - Army Reserve Soldiers from the 11th Military Police Brigade conducted combat lifesaver skills training at their combat outpost during a Combat Support Training Exercise here July 13, 2018. Medical training impacts unit readiness, and eventually saves lives downrange when units are deployed.

Army Reserve vehicle transforms chemical-attack response
A Chemical Biological Protective Shelter M8E1 sits fully deployed by the 628th Forward Surgical Team out of Fort Sam Houston, Texas, on a training site during Global Medic exercise July 13 at Fort Hunter Liggett, California. The vehicle-mounted mobile shelter is self-deployable and serves as a self-contained protective air-conditioned system that is contamination-free. It allows for military support personnel to work safely and easily without having to wear chemical-biological protective clothing.
July 18, 2018 - Tucked into the tree line in a remote training location here called Ward Training Site sits what appears to be a cross between an igloo, a tent and a truck – something resembling a Transformer in one of its various configurations.

MEDEVAC 101: Army Reserve Soldiers train on the fly
Soldiers from various units training in support of the Global Medic exercise at Fort Hunter Liggett, California, practice how to properly load a stretcher onto a HH-60M Blackhawk helicopter during a MEDEVAC 101 class, July 13.
July 18, 2018 - Standing in a desolate field, Spc. Ron Smith of the U.S. Army Reserve’s 175th Maintenance Company based out of Fort Jackson, South Carolina, watched with anticipation as two HH-60M MEDEVAC Blackhawk helicopters came to a landing spot a few-hundred feet away.

Feel the (C)BRN
Sgt. Cindy Salinas from the 228th Combat Support Hospital based out of San Antonio, Texas raises her hand to signal that she has put on all of her gear July 13, 2018 at Fort Hunter Liggett, California.  This test was one piece of the Lethal Warrior exercise, which is the initial phase of this year’s Global Medic training.
July 18, 2018 - The 228th Combat Support Hospital (CSH) left San Antonio by bus to embark on their nearly 24-hour drive to Fort Hunter Liggett. Within a week from arrival on base, the unit’s three companies completed setup of their operating base and continued to power through toward their next trial.
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