Corporal Daniel Agustin, a landing support specialist with Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force South, and a native of Seattle, practices finding a vein for intravenous fluid replacement on Petty Officer 2nd Class Gabriel Besa, a Navy hospital corpsman also with the SPMAGTF, and a native of Pearland, Texas, during a combat life saver class aboard the future amphibious assault ship USS America (LHA 6), July 31, 2014. The Marines were tested on advanced medical techniques in order to become certified combat lifesavers for the SPMAGTF. The course was given to prepare the Marines for their

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Corporal Daniel Agustin, a landing support specialist with Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force South, and a native of Seattle, practices finding a vein for intravenous fluid replacement on Petty Officer 2nd Class Gabriel Besa, a Navy hospital corpsman also with the SPMAGTF, and a native of Pearland, Texas, during a combat life saver class aboard the future amphibious assault ship USS America (LHA 6), July 31, 2014. The Marines were tested on advanced medical techniques in order to become certified combat lifesavers for the SPMAGTF. The course was given to prepare the Marines for their
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Corporal Daniel Agustin, a landing support specialist with Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force South, and a native of Seattle, practices finding a vein for intravenous fluid replacement on Petty Officer 2nd Class Gabriel Besa, a Navy hospital corpsman also with the SPMAGTF, and a native of Pearland, Texas, during a combat life saver class aboard the future amphibious assault ship USS America (LHA 6), July 31, 2014. The Marines were tested on advanced medical techniques in order to become certified combat lifesavers for the SPMAGTF. The course was given to prepare the Marines for their bi-lateral training in Brazil. Bi-lateral training with our partners develops, maintains and strengthens the relationships that facilitate the cooperation needed in the event of a crisis requiring a multinational effort. SPMAGTF-South is currently embarked aboard America on her maiden transit, "America Visits the Americas". The ship is scheduled to be commissioned in San Francisco, Oct. 11. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Donald Holbert/ Released) SPMAGTF-South learns about CLS 140731-M-HB658-103