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Pfc. Stevie Harris, 2-158th Assault Helicopter Battalion



Pfc. Stevie Harris, 2-158th Assault Helicopter Battalion medic, demonstrates how to use a nasopharyngeal airway on Sgt. Donald Seymour, 2-158th AHB crew chief, during first aid training at the Gowen Field Air National Guard Base in Idaho Oct. 22 in support of various field training. The training was part of the Task Force Warhawk High-Altitude Mountainous Environmental Training exercise, where they tested the various components to include the interoperability of multiple airframes, operations of a forward arming and refueling point, communications, medical readiness and logistical support.



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