119th Medical Group personnel get realistic training on state-of-the-art human simulator

Senior Airman Misty Breland, right, hooks up intravenous (IV) medication administration to a state-of-the-art human patient simulator as Lt. Col. Dwight Harley, left, and Staff Sgt. Katherine Robbins, all of the 119th Medical Group, administer treatment during a medical training scenario at the North Dakota Air National Guard Base, Fargo, N.D., June 2, 2014. The realistic human simulator mannequin is one piece of the training equipment and instruction provided by the Simulation in Motion-North Dakota Program, which is operated by the North Dakota Department of Health and the University of North Dakota, in an effort to provide realistic pre-hospital and emergency care to medical personnel throughout the state. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by SMSgt. David H. Lipp/Released)

PHOTO BY: SMSgt. David H. LippReleased
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