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May 19, 2021
Trauma lanes being ran by four instructors, each group treating different types of injuries to include an altered mental status, open chest wound, leg amputation, arm fracture, arterial gunshot wounds to the axillary and inguinal regions, and impaled objects to the chest. Teams are doing final preparations and treatments for MEDEVAC turnover. (Photo courtesy of HM2 Saldivar)


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