New medical technology released to Army Reserve Soldiers
U.S. Army Reserve Capt. Kayla Corob, a medical surgical nurse assigned to the 901st Medical Detachment, reviews medical paperwork with a fellow Soldier. Corob, native of Morgantown, West Virgina, was one of ten Soldiers that recently tested out the Army Reserve's newly released Health Readiness and Performance System (HRAPS) during joint exercise Global Medic at Fort McCoy, Wisonsin, August 13, 2022.. The HRAPS monitors a Soldier's heart rate and body temperature. The Medical Readiness Training Command conducts Global Medic as part of the Army Reserve Medical Command's larger mission to provide trained, equipped, and combat ready units and medical personnel to support the total force on the battlefields of today and tomorrow. (U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. 1st Class Debrah Sanders, 366th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

Photo by: Sgt. 1st Class Debrah Sanders |  VIRIN: 220812-A-JQ813-013.JPG