Master Sgt. Robert A. Kilgallon, an observer controller-trainer with the Medical Readiness and Training Command's 2nd Medical Training Brigade watched a Weber County, Utah, search and rescue volunteer treat a teenage role-player April 18, 2015. The role-players were assigned mock injuries that included broken bones, an eyeball popped out of its socket and a stick impaled in a girl's neck. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Neil W. McCabe/Released)
150418-A-VQ285-467.JPG Photo By: Staff Sgt. Neil McCabe

Ogden, Utah - Master Sgt. Robert A. Kilgallon, an observer controller-trainer with the Medical Readiness and Training Command's 2nd Medical Training Brigade watched a Weber County, Utah, search and rescue volunteer treat a teenage role-player April 18, 2015. The role-players were assigned mock injuries that included broken bones, an eyeball popped out of its socket and a stick impaled in a girl's neck. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Neil W. McCabe/Released)


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