Joint Task Force-Bravo transports operating room
U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Tim Byrnes (left), a Joint Task Force-Bravo Army Forces Air Drop supervisor, U.S. Army Specialist Joshua Martinez (center), a JTF-Bravo ARFOR parachute rigger, and U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Domingo Longo (right), a JTF-Bravo ARFOR ammunition inspector inspect a 4,823 pound environmental control unit before it’s sling-loaded onto a 1-228 Aviation Battalion Chinook-47 to assist JTF-Bravo’s Medical Element’s mobile surgical team Sept 16-21 in the Northern region of Honduras. The United States military personnel assigned to Joint Task Force-Bravo have been conducting medical readiness training exercises since Oct. 1993. Since that time, they have conducted more than 295 missions and treated more than 341,400 medical patients, 67,400 dental patients and 14,300 surgical patients throughout Central America.

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