NAVY MEDICINE IN FOCUS

Here’s a few shots from around Navy Medicine for your viewing pleasure:

Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Christopher Zyrski, left, a surgical technician instructor at the Medicine Education and Training Campus (METC), simulates conducting a surgery at the Medicine Education and Training Campus (METC), simulates conducting a surgery at the school house at Joint Base San Antonio during a test for Army student Private 2nd Class Brittany Carnley. (Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jacquelyn D. Childs)
Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Christopher Zyrski, left, a surgical technician instructor at the Medicine Education and Training Campus (METC), simulates conducting a surgery at the Medicine Education and Training Campus (METC), simulates conducting a surgery at the school house at Joint Base San Antonio during a test for Army student Private 2nd Class Brittany Carnley. (Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Jacquelyn D. Childs)
Cmdr. Kelly Elmore, an OB/GYN from U.S. Naval Hospital Guam, and Major Rebecca Kemmet, a family medicine provider from Andersen Air Force Base Medical Clinic, provide instruction to medical personnel from the Guam Department of Public Health on intrauterine devices. (U.S. Navy photo)
Cmdr. Kelly Elmore, an OB/GYN from U.S. Naval Hospital Guam, and Major Rebecca Kemmet, a family medicine provider from Andersen Air Force Base Medical Clinic, provide instruction to medical personnel from the Guam Department of Public Health on intrauterine devices. (U.S. Navy photo)
Chief Hospital Corpsman Peter M. David, assigned to Underwater Construction Team One (UCT ONE), shakes off the sediment on an American flag while surveying the wreckage of USNS General Hoyt S. Vandenberg (T-AGM-10) during diver training aboard the U.S. Army large landing craft USAV Matamoros (LCU-2026). Diver training is a two-week, joint training evolution designed to reinforce standard operating procedures, qualify personnel, maintain proficiency, and evaluate dive protocol during scuba, surface supplied and recompression chamber operations. (Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Nicholas S. Tenorio)
Chief Hospital Corpsman Peter M. David, assigned to Underwater Construction Team One (UCT ONE), shakes off the sediment on an American flag while surveying the wreckage of USNS General Hoyt S. Vandenberg (T-AGM-10) during diver training aboard the U.S. Army large landing craft USAV Matamoros (LCU-2026). Diver training is a two-week, joint training evolution designed to reinforce standard operating procedures, qualify personnel, maintain proficiency, and evaluate dive protocol during scuba, surface supplied and recompression chamber operations. (Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Nicholas S. Tenorio)
The Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) transits the Columbia River after completing Mercy Exercise 02-15. The quarterly exercise is designed to train and integrate medical and other core Navy personnel to operate the ship as a Medical Treatment Facility. Mercy is entering a scheduled maintenance period. (Photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Christopher E. Tucker)
The Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) transits the Columbia River after completing Mercy Exercise 02-15. The quarterly exercise is designed to train and integrate medical and other core Navy personnel to operate the ship as a Medical Treatment Facility. Mercy is entering a scheduled maintenance period. (Photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Christopher E. Tucker)