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In training mode for the code…Lt. James E. Kirlin (right) lends a guiding hand with other Urgent Care Clinic staff at Naval Hospital Bremerton during a training evolution. Kirlin has gone from Naval Aviation to Navy Medicine in a career path of 20 years – and counting - defined by operations undertaken on a nuclear aircraft carrier flight deck to operations performed as the division officer at Naval Hospital Bremerton’s UCC. The Casper, Wyoming native has deployed to the Persian Gulf during the initial days of Operation Iraqi Freedom, provided humanitarian assistance in the Caribbean and Latin America while assigned to hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH20) and recently spent the winter at two U..S. civilian hospitals working in conjunction with U.S. Northern Command and the Federal Emergency Management Agency response to help ease the burden of COVID-19 (Official Navy photo by Douglas H Stutz, NHB/NMRTC Bremerton public affairs officer).

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Photo by: Douglas Stutz
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Location: Bremerton, Wa

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