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  • Why we do what we do: Evaluating Resolute Sentinel-21

    How does U.S. military leadership determine which missions should be carried out? Who decides what and how much supplies are necessary? Who helps evaluate if a mission is successful or not? These questions and an endless number of others can be answered by operations research analysts. Capt.

  • Resolute Sentinel 21: Honduras SURGRETE wrap-up

    The surgical readiness training exercise (SURGRETE) team has completed their nine days of surgeries at Hospital del Sur, May 27.Over the course of two weeks, the team of U.S. military medics have completed over 40 surgeries ranging from simple transurethral resections of the prostate (TURP) to

  • Resolute Sentinel 21: SURGRETE provides hands-on experience for residents

    The surgical readiness training exercise (SURGRETE) team has completed their nine days of surgeries at Hospital del Sur, May 27.Over the course of two weeks, the team of U.S. military medics have completed over 40 surgeries ranging from simple transurethral resections of the prostate (TURP) to

  • Resolute Sentinel 21 concludes in El Salvador for JTF-B medical personnel

    U.S. service members with Joint Task Force-Bravo (JTF-B), Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, concluded Resolute Sentinel 2021, a two-week long medical readiness exercise, May 22.Approximately 65 service members deployed to El Salvador to provide joint training and improved readiness of U.S. and partner

  • Resolute Sentinel 21: Deployed medics conduct combined surgery

    Medical professionals with the Forward Surgical Section, Joint Task Force-Bravo (JTF-B), Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, conducted a combined surgery with the local Honduran medical team and the deployed U.S. military medics at Hospital del Sur on May 18, 2021.The team of four surgeons completed a