Cutlass Express 2016

U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman First Class Aaron Clifford, Cutlass Express medical instructor, explains how to treat a sucking chest wound on a simulated patient to Djibouti Coast Guardsmen and Marines during classroom instruction for exercise Cutlass Express Jan. 31, 2016, at the Djiboutian Coast Guard Academy, Djibouti. Exercise participants conducted a number of maritime security operations to include vessel queries, ship boarding, airborne maritime patrol operations, and search and rescue drills.
U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman First Class Aaron Clifford, Cutlass Express medical instructor, explains how to treat a sucking chest wound on a simulated patient to Djibouti Coast Guardsmen and Marines during classroom instruction for exercise Cutlass Express Jan. 31, 2016, at the Djiboutian Coast Guard Academy, Djibouti. Exercise participants conducted a number of maritime security operations to include vessel queries, ship boarding, airborne maritime patrol operations, and search and rescue drills.
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