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TeamSTEPPS helps turn a team of experts into an expert team
946th and 936th Forward Surgical Teams complete TeamSTEPPS training at the Mayo Multidisciplinary Simulation Center in Rochester, Minn.
Soldiers from the CPT Yashate Pendergrass, an OC/T with the 7303rd BN Medical Training Support said,
Jan. 14, 2020 - “Communication is key” is a cliché that can be overused in sports, business and military circles. But, when it comes to emergency medicine, successful communication is integral to quality care and treatment. One of the ways the 946th and 936th Forward Surgical Teams advance communication in preparation for upcoming deployments is completing TeamSTEPPS training at the Mayo Multidisciplinary Simulation Center in Rochester, Minn.

Serious about sanitation, preventative medicine
A week-long Field Sanitation Team Certification Course, spearheaded by U.S. Army Sgt. Matthew A. Kolenski (far right), with 898th Medical Detachment Preventative Medicine, 3rd Medical Command (Deployment Support) “Desert Medics,” was held from Dec. 9 to Dec.13, 2019 at Joint Training Center-Jordan. Soldiers must be ready and capable to conduct the full range of military operations to defeat all enemies regardless of the threats they pose. (U.S. Army photo by Shaiyla B. Hakeem)
Dec. 18, 2019 - Without regard to the form of threat posed, Soldiers must be ready and capable to conduct the full range of military operations to defeat all enemies. Such readiness includes maintaining health.

Sgt. Dana Valenia a recently promoted 68C
The Army Non-commissioned Officer Corps gained another leader when Sgt. Dana Valenia, a 68C, Licensed Practical Nurse, was promoted in front of Family and fellow 865th Combat Support Hospital Soldiers, Dec. 8, 2019.
Dec. 10, 2019 - The Army Non-commissioned Officer Corps gained another leader when Sgt. Dana Valenia, a 68C, Licensed Practical Nurse, was promoted in front of Family and fellow 865th Combat Support Hospital Soldiers, Dec. 8, 2019. Valenia, a resident of Freeland, Penn., started her Army Reserve career early, joining right out of high school at 17, saying, “I did not want to leave home for a long period of time, I could not see myself leaving my family.”

Optimized Soldier Performance Through Nutrition
Maj. Montes De Oca provides one-on-one nutrition counseling to a Service Member as part of the as part of the 3D MC (DS) Det. 1 FWD Nutrition Care Team mission across the CENTCOM Area of Operation.
Nov. 22, 2019 - Food and nutrition are vital to supporting our Service Member's combat readiness and performance capability. Is what you’re eating helping or hindering your performance? If you’re feeling low in energy, underperforming in the gym, or struggling through your workday, then choose better “fuel.” Nutrition care teams stationed in Kuwait travel to wherever the Soldier is stationed.

Sgt. Non and Spc. Smith are top in 5th MB BWC
Command Sgt. Major  Elijah Moore (center) of the 5th. Medical Brigade out of Birmingham, Alabama poses with the 5th. Med. 2020 Best Warrior Competition winners Spc. Andrew Smith (left) and Sgt. Gabriella Non (right) on Ft. McClellan, Alabama Nov. 17, 2019. Spc. Smith was the Soldier BWC winner and Sgt. Non was the NCO BWC winner. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. First Class Anthony Mitchell)
Nov. 20, 2019 - The 5th Med. Bde. Conducted their Best Warrior Competition to determine who will represent them at the 3rd Medical Command Deployment Support BWC in early 2020. The contest was held at Ft. McClellan, where soldiers were tested in physical fitness, Army knowledge, a ruck march and land navigation among others. Six soldiers competed for two titles, Non-Commissioned Officer and Junior Enlisted Best Warriors.
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