Relevant joint training creates team efficiencies, best practices
Army Reserve Medical Command Soldiers from Tampa-based 7222nd Medical Support Unit joined Soldiers from F Company, 5-159th Aviation MEDEVAC unit and Air Force personnel with 927th Aeromedical Staging Training Squadron to execute their portion of the MASCAL exercise on MacDill Air Force Base. Training for mass casualty events is conducted to improve efficiencies in how patients are handled to address as many affected personnel as possible based on the severity of the injury and number of patients needing assistance. Photo by Staff Sgt. Kelvin Squires, U.S. Army Reserve