U.S., South Africa militaries begin Exercise Shared Accord 2022 in KwaZulu-Natal
Exercise Shared Accord, planned and executed by the United States Army Southern European Task Force, Africa, features several key exercises occurring simultaneously -- a medical training exercise, a field training exercises and a training segment called Judicious Activation -- all designed to promote security cooperation and interoperability between the United States and South Africa.
Medical readiness exercise provides real-world humanitarian relief to local Moroccan population
The Utah Army National Guard Medical Detachmnet, the U.S. Army 30th Medical Brigade, and the Royal Moroccan Army collaborated to provide real-world humanitarian assistance to the local population in Morocco while simultaneously conducting medical readiness training during African Lion 2022.
What began as a way to practice medicine and pay for college has become a life calling for one U.S. Army surgeon.
Col. Jennifer Gurney, a surgeon with the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research at the Joint Base San Antonio – Fort Sam Houston, Texas, says that her reason to continue her 20-year career is to help build the training and standards it takes to maintain Soldier readiness on the battlefield.
Senegalese, US Army medical professionals strengthen partnership, capabilities through MEDREX 21-4
Senegalese orthopedic Dr. Madior Diouf reviews x-rays with medical students during the Senegal Medical Readiness Exercise 21-4 at the Principal Hospital, Dakar, Senegal, July 14, 2021.The exercise, July 12-30, 2021, provides a real-world environment where medical professionals from both militaries can build and strengthen medical treatment capability and capacity by honing their medical skills in alternative conditions while also learning different protocols from their counterparts. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Meleesa Gutierrez)