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PROFIS mission provides needed medical support at home and abroad
Mr. Joseph Walser, Army Reserve Medical Command’s Suicide Prevention Program Manager, speaks with U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers assigned to the 7452nd Medical Backfill Battalion who have been identified to prepare for a Professional Filler System (PROFIS) mission. Soldiers mobilized to support this mission will backfill Medical Command’s active duty slots at medical centers and clinics across their health care organization. Army Medical Department Professional Management Command (APMC) hosted the Soldier Readiness Processing (SRP) level 2 from 7-9 Jul., processing approximately 100 U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from the 7452nd MBB during the 3-day event. The objective of the process is for Soldiers to be administratively, financially, legally, spiritually, logistically and medically ready to be mobilized after attending an SRP. Photo courtesy of Capt. Jehovanna Torres-Pollard, U.S. Army Reserve

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Photo by: Lt. Col. Angela Wallace |  VIRIN: 170708-A-AW713-001.JPG