Reserve Soldiers Respond To Nation's Needs
US Public Health Service Lt. Cmdr. Cole Dysinger, a pharmacist at the at the Verne E. Gibbs Clinic at Poplar, Montana, informs the incoming Soldiers of the 7239th Medical Support Unit, Chattanooga, Tennessee, about the facilities and procedures as they begin their Fort Peck Innovative Readiness Training July 17, 2017. During the two-week-long mission, medical and dental care will be provided to an estimated population of over 8,000 residents.(U.S. Army Reserve photo by Spc. Claudia Rocha 345th Public Affairs Detachment)