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May 6, 2024
Lemoore, CA - Karl Kassner, Naval Health Clinic Lemoore’s medical emergency manager briefs participants of the “Cyber Eclipse Continuity of Operations (COOP) tabletop exercise on May 1. This collaborative exercise marked a significant step towards enhancing emergency preparedness by simulating a possible emergency scenario. The exercise was designed to test the clinic’s incident command protocols and ensure seamless cooperation between healthcare providers and insurance services. (DoD photo by Elaine Heirigs/released)


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