New medical technology released to Army Reserve Soldiers
A U.S. Army Soldier from the 901st Medical Detachment displays Health Readiness and Performance System (HRAPS) application. The HRAPS utilizes bluetooth technology to monitor health data. Soldiers of the 901st and other medical units are attending the Global Medic 22-02 Training Exercise on Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. Conducted by the Medical Readiness and Training Command, Global Medic is an annual joint training exercise that provides opportunities for medical personnel to practice critical life saving techniques, in a controlled environment. (U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Debrah Sanders, 366th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

Photo by: Sgt. 1st Class Debrah Sanders |  VIRIN: 220811-A-JQ813-013.JPG