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Joint Task Force-Bravo servicemembers conducted a visit to the Permanent Contingency Commission, the Honduran FEMA equivalent, in Tegucigalpa, Honduras to learn about disaster relief capabilities and be familiarized with the Honduran emergency management team.(Photos by Ana Fonseca)
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Posted: 7/29/2014

U. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exerciseU. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exercise
U. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exercise

A UH-60 Blackhawk MEDEVAC helicopter takes off in simulated patient air evacuation during a exercise at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras. In preparation for the 2014 hurricane season, the Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element (MEDEL) conducted a humanitarian assistance/disaster response (HA/DR) exercise at Soto Cano Air Base June 12, 2014. The MEDEL's mission was to establish a forward medical treatment operation capable of providing triage, primary care, surgical capabilities, patient holding and evacuation. As part of this exercise, a suite of mobile technology applications that run on smartphones and tablets were used to enhance the capabilities of the unit: Global MedAid, Medical Application of Speech Translation (MAST) and GeoSHAPE. (Photo by U. S. Air National Guard Capt. Steven Stubbs)
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Posted: 6/13/2014

U. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exerciseU. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exercise
U. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exercise

U. S. Army Capt. Erin Velazquez studies a route recon on a tablet using the GeoSHAPE program. In preparation for the 2014 hurricane season, the Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element (MEDEL) conducted a humanitarian assistance/disaster response (HA/DR) exercise at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras June 12, 2014. The MEDEL's mission was to establish a forward medical treatment operation capable of providing triage, primary care, surgical capabilities, patient holding and evacuation. As part of this exercise, a suite of mobile technology applications that run on smartphones and tablets were used to enhance the capabilities of the unit: Global MedAid, Medical Application of Speech Translation (MAST) and GeoSHAPE. (Photo by U. S. Air National Guard Capt. Steven Stubbs)
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Posted: 6/13/2014

U. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exerciseU. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exercise
U. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exercise

U. S. Army Lt. Col. Michael Alvis, MEDEL deputy commander, browses through a Global MedAid real-time report which tells him how many patients have been treated. In preparation for the 2014 hurricane season, the Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element (MEDEL) conducted a humanitarian assistance/disaster response (HA/DR) exercise at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras June 12, 2014. The MEDEL's mission was to establish a forward medical treatment operation capable of providing triage, primary care, surgical capabilities, patient holding and evacuation. As part of this exercise, a suite of mobile technology applications that run on smartphones and tablets were used to enhance the capabilities of the unit: Global MedAid, Medical Application of Speech Translation (MAST) and GeoSHAPE. (Photo by U. S. Air National Guard Capt. Steven Stubbs)
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Posted: 6/13/2014

U. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exerciseU. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exercise
U. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exercise

After treating a hurricane victim for a head injury,U. S. Army Sgt. Manuel Olivarez, MEDEL emergency medical technician, enters the patient's treatment information into the Global MedAid program. In preparation for the 2014 hurricane season, the Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element (MEDEL) conducted a humanitarian assistance/disaster response (HA/DR) exercise at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras June 12, 2014. The MEDEL's mission was to establish a forward medical treatment operation capable of providing triage, primary care, surgical capabilities, patient holding and evacuation. As part of this exercise, a suite of mobile technology applications that run on smartphones and tablets were used to enhance the capabilities of the unit: Global MedAid, Medical Application of Speech Translation (MAST) and GeoSHAPE. (Photo by U. S. Air National Guard Capt. Steven Stubbs)
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Posted: 6/13/2014

U. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exerciseU. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exercise
U. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exercise

U. S. Army Pfc. Anisa Hernandez, MEDEL human resource specialist, takes a photo of a hurricane victim after she entered his information into the Global MedAid program. In preparation for the 2014 hurricane season, the Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element (MEDEL) conducted a humanitarian assistance/disaster response (HA/DR) exercise at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras June 12, 2014. The MEDEL's mission was to establish a forward medical treatment operation capable of providing triage, primary care, surgical capabilities, patient holding and evacuation. As part of this exercise, a suite of mobile technology applications that run on smartphones and tablets were used to enhance the capabilities of the unit: Global MedAid, Medical Application of Speech Translation (MAST) and GeoSHAPE. (Photo by U. S. Air National Guard Capt. Steven Stubbs)
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Posted: 6/13/2014

U. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exerciseU. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exercise
U. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exercise

U. S. Army 1st Lt. Melanie Sanders (left), MEDEL registered nurse, and Sgt. Manuel Olivarez, MEDEL emergency medical technician, simulate inserting a chest tube in a hurricane victim during an exercise. In preparation for the 2014 hurricane season, the Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element (MEDEL) conducted a humanitarian assistance/disaster response (HA/DR) exercise at Soto Cano Air Base June 12, 2014. The MEDEL's mission was to establish a forward medical treatment operation capable of providing triage, primary care, surgical capabilities, patient holding and evacuation. As part of this exercise, a suite of mobile technology applications that run on smartphones and tablets were used to enhance the capabilities of the unit: Global MedAid, Medical Application of Speech Translation (MAST) and GeoSHAPE. (Photo by U. S. Air National Guard Capt. Steven Stubbs)
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Posted: 6/13/2014

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U. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exercise

Members of the Medical Element load a hurricane victim in an ambulance for a ground medical evacuation to a hospital in Tegucigalpa, Honduras during a hurricane response exercise. In preparation for the 2014 hurricane season, the Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element (MEDEL) conducted a humanitarian assistance/disaster response (HA/DR) exercise at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras June 12, 2014. The MEDEL's mission was to establish a forward medical treatment operation capable of providing triage, primary care, surgical capabilities, patient holding and evacuation. As part of this exercise, a suite of mobile technology applications that run on smartphones and tablets were used to enhance the capabilities of the unit: Global MedAid, Medical Application of Speech Translation (MAST) and GeoSHAPE. (Photo by U. S. Air National Guard Capt. Steven Stubbs)
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Posted: 6/13/2014

U. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exerciseU. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exercise
U. S. military medical unit integrates new technologies in hurricane response exercise

Cynthia Barrigan (left), Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC) portfolio manager, communicates with a Spanish-speaking hurricane victim using the Medical Application of Speech Translation (MAST) while U. S. Army 1st Lt. Jewell Hemmings, MEDEL community health nurse, scans the patient's armband with the Global MedAid program. In preparation for the 2014 hurricane season, the Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element (MEDEL) conducted a humanitarian assistance/disaster response (HA/DR) exercise at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras June 12, 2014. The MEDEL's mission was to establish a forward medical treatment operation capable of providing triage, primary care, surgical capabilities, patient holding and evacuation. As part of this exercise, a suite of mobile technology applications that run on smartphones and tablets were used to enhance the capabilities of the unit: Global MedAid, Medical Application of Speech Translation (MAST) and GeoSHAPE. (Photo by U. S. Air National Guard Capt. Steven Stubbs)
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Posted: 6/13/2014

JTF-B Automated Route Reconnaissance Kit TrainingJTF-B Automated Route Reconnaissance Kit Training
JTF-B Automated Route Reconnaissance Kit Training

The Automated Route Reconnaissance Kit (ARRK) laptop renders a road reconnaissance package during the Joint Task Force-Bravo U. S. Southern Command Situational Assessment Team (SSAT) training in preparation for future Central American disaster relief missions. The kit employs a ruggedized laptop computer to automatically and continuously collect road information and condition to provide situational awareness and facilitate the decision making process. (Photo by U. S. Air National Guard Capt. Steven Stubbs)
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Posted: 6/12/2014

JTF-B Automated Route Reconnaissance Kit TrainingJTF-B Automated Route Reconnaissance Kit Training
JTF-B Automated Route Reconnaissance Kit Training

U. S. Army 1st Lt. William Jung, Joint Task Force-Bravo U. S. Southern Command Situational Assessment Team (SSAT) member, operates the Automated Route Reconnaissance Kit (ARRK) during a road reconnaissance performance exercise. The SSAT received training and performed practical exercises with the ARRK in preparation for future Central American disaster relief missions. It employs a ruggedized laptop computer to automatically and continuously collect road information and condition to provide situational awareness and facilitate the decision making process. (Photo by U. S. Air National Guard Capt. Steven Stubbs)
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Posted: 6/12/2014

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JTF-B Automated Route Reconnaissance Kit Training

U. S. Army 1st Lt. William Jung (left) and Master Sgt. Luke Pritchard, Joint Task Force-Bravo SSAT members, listen intently as the Automated Route Reconnaissance Kit (ARRK) instructor teaches them the basics of how to use the system. The Joint Task Force-Bravo U. S. Southern Command Situational Assessment Team (SSAT) received training and performed practical exercises with the ARRK in preparation for future Central American disaster relief missions. It employs a ruggedized laptop computer to automatically and continuously collect road information and condition to provide situational awareness and facilitate the decision making process. (Photo by U. S. Air National Guard Capt. Steven Stubbs)
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Posted: 6/12/2014

    

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