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Staff Sgt. Easter Jackson, clinical instructor, explains the functions of a transport ventilator to Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Justin Speight, an Interservice Respiratory Therapy Program student, as Maj. Thomas Zanders, the program's medical director, looks on in the Pulmonary Department at San Antonio Military Medical Center, May 23, 2012. (Photo by Elaine Sanchez)

Staff Sgt. Easter Jackson, clinical instructor, explains the functions of a transport ventilator to Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Justin Speight, an Interservice Respiratory Therapy Program student, as Maj. Thomas Zanders, the program's medical director, looks on in the Pulmonary Department at San Antonio Military Medical Center, May 23, 2012. (Photo by Elaine Sanchez)

Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Ray Odierno met with Soldiers during the DoD Warrior Games Recognition Ceremony, June 25, 2012, in the Pentagon Courtyard. Each of the five Warrior Games teams selected ten members to represent their team at the ceremony. Soldier representatives at the event were: 1LT Lacey Hamilton, 1SG Rhoden Galloway, SSG Michael Kacer, SGT John Masters, Sgt. Fred Prince, SGT Margaux Vair, CPL Brian Miller, SPC Elizabeth Wasil, SGT Anthony Robinson, and LTC Danny Dudek.

Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Ray Odierno met with Soldiers during the DoD Warrior Games Recognition Ceremony, June 25, 2012, in the Pentagon Courtyard. Each of the five Warrior Games teams selected ten members to represent their team at the ceremony. Soldier representatives at the event were: 1LT Lacey Hamilton, 1SG Rhoden Galloway, SSG Michael Kacer, SGT John Masters, Sgt. Fred Prince, SGT Margaux Vair, CPL Brian Miller, SPC Elizabeth Wasil, SGT Anthony Robinson, and LTC Danny Dudek.

Surviving the Cut -- On the Discovery Channel. Surviving the Cut shares the personal quest of men committed to making it into the military's most coveted and elite units including Special Forces Divers, Marine Recon, Air Force Pararescue, Navy EOD, Marine Snipers, and Army Rangers.

Surviving the Cut -- On the Discovery Channel. Surviving the Cut shares the personal quest of men committed to making it into the military's most coveted and elite units including Special Forces Divers, Marine Recon, Air Force Pararescue, Navy EOD, Marine Snipers, and Army Rangers.

U.S. Army medical personnel carry a simulated patient to a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter during an  aeromedical evacuation training exercise at Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., June 19, 2012, in support of GLOBAL MEDIC 2012 and Warrior 91 12-01. GLOBAL MEDIC is a joint field training exercise for theater aeromedical evacuation systems and ground medical components designed to replicate all aspects of combat medical service support. Staff Sgt. Ashley Moreno

U.S. Army medical personnel carry a simulated patient to a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter during an aeromedical evacuation training exercise at Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif., June 19, 2012, in support of GLOBAL MEDIC 2012 and Warrior 91 12-01. GLOBAL MEDIC is a joint field training exercise for theater aeromedical evacuation systems and ground medical components designed to replicate all aspects of combat medical service support. Staff Sgt. Ashley Moreno

What an awesome video and a great military medicine success story! http://1.usa.gov/1aHFYSL #militarymedicine #armsrace

What an awesome video and a great military medicine success story! http://1.usa.gov/1aHFYSL #militarymedicine #armsrace

Col.(P)  Barbara Holcomb was recently promoted to Brigadier General  June 6 at Joint Base San Antonio- Fort Sam Houston. Brig. Gen. Holcomb will now serve as the U.S. Army Forces Command Surgeon. Holcomb most recently served as the commander of Landstuhl Regional Medical Center.  This is the first time in Army Medicine history that there have been Army Nurse Corps general officers at the three-star, two-star, and one-star grades simultaneously. (Photo by Fran Trachta)

Col.(P) Barbara Holcomb was recently promoted to Brigadier General June 6 at Joint Base San Antonio- Fort Sam Houston. Brig. Gen. Holcomb will now serve as the U.S. Army Forces Command Surgeon. Holcomb most recently served as the commander of Landstuhl Regional Medical Center. This is the first time in Army Medicine history that there have been Army Nurse Corps general officers at the three-star, two-star, and one-star grades simultaneously. (Photo by Fran Trachta)

Maj. Gen. Jimmie Keenan takes reigns at San Antonio Military Health System

Maj. Gen. Jimmie Keenan takes reigns at San Antonio Military Health System

Soldiers transport a trauma victim to a U.S. Army medical helicopter in Tarmiyah, Iraq, Sept. 30, 2007. (Photo by Navy Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Summer M. Anderson)

Soldiers transport a trauma victim to a U.S. Army medical helicopter in Tarmiyah, Iraq, Sept. 30, 2007. (Photo by Navy Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Summer M. Anderson)

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