U.S. Navy Lt. Cmdr. Robert Oldt, an emergency physician and Lt. Oscar Kizhner, a flight surgeon, demonstrate proper procedures for conducting a Focused Assessment with Sonogram in Trauma exam to U.S. Navy Corpsman, July 21, 2016. Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force-Crisis Response-Africa medical personnel conducted FAST exams using the medical tent, or Shock Trauma Platoon, containing a surgical suite, called a Forward Resuscitative Surgical System, which makes it possible for forward deployed doctors to perform lifesaving surgical procedures in the event of a crisis. (U.S. Marine Cor

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U.S. Navy Lt. Cmdr. Robert Oldt, an emergency physician and Lt. Oscar Kizhner, a flight surgeon, demonstrate proper procedures for conducting a Focused Assessment with Sonogram in Trauma exam to U.S. Navy Corpsman, July 21, 2016. Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force-Crisis Response-Africa medical personnel conducted FAST exams using the medical tent, or Shock Trauma Platoon, containing a surgical suite, called a Forward Resuscitative Surgical System, which makes it possible for forward deployed doctors to perform lifesaving surgical procedures in the event of a crisis. (U.S. Marine Cor
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U.S. Navy Lt. Cmdr. Robert Oldt, an emergency physician and Lt. Oscar Kizhner, a flight surgeon, demonstrate proper procedures for conducting a Focused Assessment with Sonogram in Trauma exam to U.S. Navy Corpsman, July 21, 2016. Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force-Crisis Response-Africa medical personnel conducted FAST exams using the medical tent, or Shock Trauma Platoon, containing a surgical suite, called a Forward Resuscitative Surgical System, which makes it possible for forward deployed doctors to perform lifesaving surgical procedures in the event of a crisis. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Kassie McDole.) SPMAGTF-CR-AF medical personnel use FRSS-STP to conduct FAST exams 160721-M-QM580-009