EOTG Expeditionary Medical Integration Course

A U.S. Marine with 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, posts security at a Casualty Collection Point during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)
A U.S. Marine with 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, posts security at a Casualty Collection Point during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)

A U.S. Marine with 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, posts security at a Casualty Collection Point during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.

(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)

U.S. Navy hospital corpsmen with I Marine Expeditionary Force drag their casualty to the Casualty Collection Point during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 6, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group  conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.    (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)
U.S. Navy hospital corpsmen with I Marine Expeditionary Force drag their casualty to the Casualty Collection Point during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 6, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)

U.S. Navy hospital corpsmen with I Marine Expeditionary Force begin casualty assessment at the Battalion Aid Station during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 6, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.    (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)
U.S. Navy hospital corpsmen with I Marine Expeditionary Force begin casualty assessment at the Battalion Aid Station during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 6, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)

U.S. Navy hospital corpsmen with I Marine Expeditionary Force drag their casualty to the Casualty Collection Point during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 6, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group  conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.    (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)
U.S. Navy hospital corpsmen with I Marine Expeditionary Force drag their casualty to the Casualty Collection Point during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 6, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)

U.S. Navy Corpsmen with 1st Marine Division activate a Valkyrie blood transfusion under the supervision of evaluators during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.    (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)
U.S. Navy Corpsmen with 1st Marine Division activate a Valkyrie blood transfusion under the supervision of evaluators during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)

U.S. Navy Corpsmen with 1st Marine Division activate a Valkyrie blood transfusion under the supervision of evaluators during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.    (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)
U.S. Navy Corpsmen with 1st Marine Division activate a Valkyrie blood transfusion under the supervision of evaluators during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)

A U.S. Marine with 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, posts security at a Casualty Collection Point during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group  conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.    (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)
A U.S. Marine with 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, posts security at a Casualty Collection Point during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)

U.S. Marines with 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, bring casualties to a Casualty Collection Point during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.    (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)
U.S. Marines with 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, prepare casualties to be transported to the next echelon of care during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)

U.S. Marines with 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, bring casualties to a Casualty Collection Point during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.    (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)
U.S. Marines with 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, bring casualties to a Casualty Collection Point during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)

U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Chavinta Lewis, with Expeditionary Operations Training Group (EOTG), I Marine Expeditionary Force, teaches Marines how to asses an injury during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 4, 2022. EOTG conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.    (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)
U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Chavinta Lewis, with Expeditionary Operations Training Group (EOTG), I Marine Expeditionary Force, teaches Marines how to asses an injury during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 4, 2022. EOTG conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)

U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Cyrus Hedrick, with Expeditionary Operations Training Group (EOTG), I Marine Expeditionary Force, shows U.S. Marines how to properly insert a needle thoracentesis during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 4, 2022. EOTG conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.    (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)
U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Cyrus Hedrick, with Expeditionary Operations Training Group (EOTG), I Marine Expeditionary Force, shows U.S. Marines how to properly insert a needle thoracentesis during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 4, 2022. EOTG conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)

A U.S. Navy corpsman with Expeditionary Operations Training Group (EOTG), I Marine Expeditionary Force, shows U.S. Marines how to properly apply a splint during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 4, 2022. EOTG conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.    (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)
A U.S. Navy corpsman with Expeditionary Operations Training Group (EOTG), I Marine Expeditionary Force, shows U.S. Marines how to properly apply a splint during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 4, 2022. EOTG conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)

U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Chace Mechlinksi, with Expeditionary Operations Training Group (EOTG), I Marine Expeditionary Force, applies moulage, or special-effects prosthetics, to a Marine casualty during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. EOTG conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.    (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)
U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Chace Mechlinksi, with Expeditionary Operations Training Group (EOTG), I Marine Expeditionary Force, applies moulage, or special-effects prosthetics, to a Marine casualty during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. EOTG conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)

U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Steven Ryaboy, a machine gunner with 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, applies a prosthetic leg fracture before a training scenario during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.    (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)
U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Steven Ryaboy, a machine gunner with 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, applies a prosthetic leg fracture before a training scenario during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)

A U.S. Navy hospital corpsman with 1st Marine Division assesses his casualty's injuries during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.    (U.S. Maine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)
A U.S. Navy hospital corpsman with 1st Marine Division assesses his casualty’s injuries during an Expeditionary Medical Integration Course (EMIC) on Camp Pendleton, California May 5, 2022. Expeditionary Operations Training Group conducted EMIC to lay a foundation of skills and knowledge required for 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit medical personnel to provide the highest levels of health service support capability in any operational environment.
(U.S. Maine Corps photo by Sgt. Dana Beesley)

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