Medical Support Unit - Europe Participates in Allied Spirit
U.S. Army Reserve Col. Faith Junghahn, right, Commander of Medical Support Unit - Europe, 7th Mission Support Command, speaks with Col. Marcus Nolte, center, Commander of German Forces Joint Medical Service during Exercise Allied Spirit in Hohenfels, Germany, Mar. 14, 2024. This multinational training exercise gathers medical units from the U.S. Army Reserve, the 30th Medical Brigade, and German partners to provide NATO Role 2B field operational capabilities including evacuation, triage and resuscitation, treatment and holding of patients until they can be returned to duty or evacuated, emergency dental treatment, emergency surgery and essential post-operative management. The 7th Mission Support Command is the U.S. Army Reserve presence in Europe. Comprised of 26 units across Germany and Italy, the 7th MSC provides logistics and sustainment resources in support of U.S. Army Europe and Africa missions across the theater. For more stories and information on the 7th Mission Support Command, follow us on Facebook @7thMSC. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Spc. Kirsti Beckett)