South Dakota and Kentucky Guardsmen provide first-aid in a mass casualty exercise in Kosovo

South Dakota and Kentucky Guardsmen provide first-aid in a mass casualty exercise in Kosovo
Exercise
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Spc. Michael Werner, a ground ambulance medic from Milnor, N.D., and fellow medic Sgt. Jack Brooks, Whitley City, Ky., provide first-aid to Spc. Dustin Engebretson, Fargo, N.D., who played the role of a Soldier with a severe facial injury, April 16, when members of KFOR’s Multi-National Battle Group East’s Task Force Med Falcon were faced with a challenging mass casualty exercises at Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo.

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One Response to South Dakota and Kentucky Guardsmen provide first-aid in a mass casualty exercise in Kosovo

  1. 2009s10 says:

    You need to change South Dakota Guardsman to North Dakota Guardsman; the reason I say this is because North Dakota Guard was over in Kosovo at that time for KFOR12,

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