Reserve Soldiers Respond To Nation's Needs
Albert Foote Sr., an elder Native American from Poplar, Montana was invited to give a cultural orientation briefing by the Fort Peck Indian Health Service to welcome Soldiers of the 7239th Medical Support Unit, Chattanooga, Tennessee. He explained the local residents’ culture and traditions as they begin their Innovative Readiness Training at the Verne E. Gibbs Clinic at Poplar, July 17, 2017. The more than 30 medical professionals include doctors, nurse practitioners, dentists, dental specialists, nurses, optical lab specialists, pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and lab technicians. Army Reserve Soldiers will work with the Indian Health Service to provide both medical and dental care to the local community.(U.S. Army Reserve photo by Spc. Claudia Rocha 345th Public Affairs Detachment)