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SPMAGTF Marines, JTF-Bravo donate critical supplies to Trujillo
SPMAGTF Marines, JTF-Bravo donate critical supplies to Trujillo
Protecting valuable assets: JTF-B conducts personnel recovery training
Protecting valuable assets: JTF-B conducts personnel recovery training
Protecting valuable assets: JTF-B conducts personnel recovery training
Protecting valuable assets: JTF-B conducts personnel recovery training
Protecting valuable assets: JTF-B conducts personnel recovery training
Protecting valuable assets: JTF-B conducts personnel recovery training
Protecting valuable assets: JTF-B conducts personnel recovery training
U.S. service members assigned to Joint Task Force-Bravo deliver charitable donations to the Horizontes al Futuro Orphanage in Comayagua, Honduras, Sept. 5, 2020. The donations given included food, clothing, and shoes for the children of the orphanage and the service members observed strict COVID-19 protocols while conducting the donation. Visits like these represent the long-lasting ties JTF-Bravo has established with the community and reinforce our partnership.
U.S. Army Capt. Joseph Sierra, Joint Task Force-Bravo Headquarters Support Company (HSC) commander, speaks to Father Gregorio about the needs of the Horizontes al Futuro Orphanage in Comayagua, Honduras, Sept. 5, 2020. The HSC sponsors the orphanage, periodically bringing in volunteers to spend recreational time with the children as well as contributing donations. The team took special care to observe strict COVID-19 protocols while conducting the visit for the safety of all involved.
U.S. Army Capt. Joseph Sierra, Joint Task Force-Bravo Headquarters Support Company commander, speaks to a group of Honduran children at the Horizontes al Futuro Orphanage in Comayagua, Honduras, Sept. 5, 2020. Sierra led a team of volunteers to deliver $1000 in charitable donations to the local orphanage, while observing strict COVID-19 protocols to protect all members involved.
U.S. Army 1st Lt. Ian Gidcomb, a pilot assigned to the 1st Battalion 228th Aviation Regiment Air Ambulance Detachment at Joint Task Force-Bravo, secures his flight vest at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras July 31, 2020. Gidcomb served as a co-pilot in the third aeromedical evacuation mission.
U.S. Army aircrew, assigned to the 1st Battalion 228th Aviation Regiment Air Ambulance Detachment at Joint Task Force-Bravo, prepare their gear for a medical evacuation training exercise at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras July 31, 2020. The 1-228 Charlie Company aeromedical evacuation area of responsibility spans 31 countries and 16 dependencies.
U.S. Army aircrew assigned to the 1st Battalion 228th Aviation Regiment Air Ambulance Detachment at Joint Task Force-Bravo, Charlie Company complete an aircraft maintenance inspection at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras July 31, 2020. Members of the 1-228th performed three life-saving aeromedical evacuations in the course of four weeks.
U.S. Army aircrew, assigned to the 1st Battalion 228th Aviation Regiment Air Ambulance Detachment at Joint Task Force-Bravo, conduct an aircraft maintenance inspection at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras July 31, 2020. The Charlie Company of the 1-228th have been vital in providing emergency medical transportation throughout Honduras. Members of the 1-228th performed three life-saving aeromedical evacuations in the course of four weeks.
U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer 2 Kristopher Pinson, a pilot assigned to the 1st Battalion 228th Aviation Regiment Air Ambulance Detachment at Joint Task Force-Bravo, conducts a pre-flight inspection prior to a medical evacuation training exercise at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras July 31, 2020. The aeromedical teams pride themselves on how quickly they are able to launch in a time of emergency.
U.S. Army aircrew, assigned to the 1st Battalion 228th Aviation Regiment Air Ambulance Detachment at Joint Task Force-Bravo, discuss possible injury scenarios and associated medical responses to given injuries during a medical evacuation training exercise at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras July 31, 2020. 1-228 medics prepositioned COVID-kits to battle the pandemic.
U.S. Army aircrew assigned to the 1st Battalion 228th Aviation Regiment Air Ambulance Detachment at Joint Task Force-Bravo, pose for a photo at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, July 31, 2020. The 1-228 Charlie Company is a vital asset, providing emergency medical transportation throughout Honduras and Central America. The 1-228 Charlie Company is comprised of just 20 members and is the only aeromedical evacuation in the U.S. Southern Command area of responsibility.
U.S. Army Capt. Richard Jackson (left), a flight doctor assigned to the 1st Battalion 228th Aviation Regiment Air Ambulance Detachment at Joint Task Force-Bravo, and U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Steven Thai (right), a flight medic assigned to the 1st Battalion 228th Aviation Regiment Air Ambulance Detachment at Joint Task Force-Bravo, poses in front of a UH-60 Blackhawk  at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras July 31, 2020. Jackson and Thai are two members of the crew who provided lifesaving medical care during a Jul.14 mission. The 1-228 Charlie Company is comprised of just 20 members and is the only aeromedical evacuation in the U.S. Southern Command area of responsibility.
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