MIL-OSI Security: Defense News: U.S. Navy, ADF Participate in Valkyrie Emergency Fresh Whole Blood Transfusion Training

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U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Ariana Buckley, right, a hospital corpsman with Combat Logistics Battalion 5 (Reinforced), Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, simulates drawing blood during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 16, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Buckley is a native of New York. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

Australian Army Sgt. Sean O’Regan, a medical technician with 1st Health Battalion, 2nd Health Brigade, prepares to draw blood during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 16, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

Australian Army PTE. Melissa Murray, left, a medical technician with 1st Health Battalion, 2nd Health Brigade, and U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Ariana Buckley, a hospital corpsman with Combat Logistics Battalion 5 (Reinforced), Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, organize medical equipment during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 16, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Buckley is a native of New York. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Ariana Buckley, a hospital corpsman with Combat Logistics Battalion 5 (Reinforced), Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, prepares to draw blood during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 16, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Buckley is a native of New York. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

Australian Army PTE. Melissa Murray, left, a medical technician with 1st Health Battalion, 2nd Health Brigade, and U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Ariana Buckley, a hospital corpsman with Combat Logistics Battalion 5 (Reinforced), Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, organize medical equipment during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 16, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Buckley is a native of New York. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Abm Asim, center, a hospital corpsman with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, shows Seaman Albert Romarate, left, a hospital corpsman with Combat Logistics Battalion 5 (Reinforced), MRF-D 24.3, and Australian Army Sgt. Sean O’Regan, a medical technician with 1st Health Battalion, 2nd Health Brigade, how to properly prepare medical equipment to draw blood during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 16, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Asim is a native of Florida. Romarate is a native of California. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Abm Asim, a hospital corpsman with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, demonstrates how to properly prepare medical equipment to draw blood during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 16, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Asim is a native of Florida. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Abm Asim, center, a hospital corpsman with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, demonstrates how to prepare equipment to draw blood to Petty Officer 3rd Class Ariana Buckley, left, a hospital corpsman with Combat Logistics Battalion 5 (Reinforced), MRF-D 24.3, and Australian Army PTE. Melissa Murray, a medical technician with 1st Health Battalion, 2nd Health Brigade, during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 16, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Asim is a native of Florida. Buckley is a native of New York. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

Australian Army Sgt. Sean O’Regan, left, a medical technician with 1st Health Battalion, 2nd Health Brigade, and U.S. Navy Seaman Albert Romarate, a hospital corpsman with Combat Logistics Battalion 5 (Reinforced), Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, organize medical equipment during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 16, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Romarate is a native of California. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

U.S. Navy medical personnel with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3 and Australian Army soldiers with 1st Health Battalion, 2nd Health Brigade, participate in Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 15, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres) (This image was manipulated using masks as a blurring technique)

U.S. Navy Lt. Brett Marion, a lab officer with Combat Logistics Battalion 5 (Reinforced), Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, teaches U.S. Navy Corpsmen and Australian Army soldiers with 1st Health Battalion, 2nd Health Brigade, about blood transfusions during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 15, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Marion is a native of Maryland. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

U.S. Navy Lt. Brett Marion, a lab officer with Combat Logistics Battalion 5 (Reinforced), Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, teaches U.S. Navy Corpsmen and Australian Army soldiers with 1st Health Battalion, 2nd Health Brigade, about blood transfusions during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 15, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Marion is a native of Maryland. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

U.S. Navy medical personnel with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3 and Australian Army soldiers with 1st Health Battalion, 2nd Health Brigade, participate in Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 15, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres) (This image was manipulated using masks as a blurring technique)

Australian Army Brigadier Douglas Pashley, the commander of 1st Brigade, observes U.S. Marines and Sailors with Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, and Australian Army Soldiers with 1st Health Battalion, 2nd Health Brigade, participating in Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 17, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Clinton K. Hall, center left, the battalion commander of 2nd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment (Reinforced), Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, speaks with Australian Army soldiers during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 17, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Hall is a native of Nevada. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Christopher Parker, an intelligence specialist with 2nd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment (Reinforced), Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, gets blood drawn during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 17, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Parker is a native of Virginia. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

Australian Army Sgt. Sean O’Regan, a medical technician with 1st Health Battalion, 2nd Health Brigade, draws blood during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 17, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

Australian Army PTE. Melissa Murray, right, a medical technician with 1st Health Battalion, 2nd Health Brigade, draws blood during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 17, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Clinton K. Hall, left, the battalion commander of 2nd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment (Reinforced), Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, speaks with an Australian Army soldier during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 17, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Hall is a native of Nevada. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

U.S. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Kyle Hamlin, a hospital corpsman with 2nd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment (Reinforced), Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, speaks with Australian Army soldiers during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 17, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Hamlin is a native of Florida. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

U.S. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Kyle Hamlin, center, a hospital corpsman with 2nd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment (Reinforced), Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, speaks with Australian Army soldiers during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 17, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Hamlin is a native of Florida. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

Australian Army PTE. Melissa Murray, right, a medical technician with 1st Health Battalion, 2nd Health Brigade, draws blood during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 17, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Ariana Buckley, a hospital corpsman with Combat Logistics Battalion 5 (Reinforced), Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, prepares to draw blood during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 16, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Buckley is a native of New York. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Ariana Buckley, a hospital corpsman with Combat Logistics Battalion 5 (Reinforced), Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, applies a tourniquet during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 16, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Buckley is a native of New York. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Ariana Buckley, a hospital corpsman with Combat Logistics Battalion 5 (Reinforced), Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, simulates drawing blood during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 16, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Buckley is a native of New York. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Ariana Buckley, left, a hospital corpsman with Combat Logistics Battalion 5 (Reinforced), Marine Rotational Force – Darwin 24.3, simulates drawing blood during Valkyrie emergency fresh whole blood transfusion training at Robertson Barracks, Darwin, NT, Australia, May 16, 2024. The Valkyrie program enables military units to self-supply blood through emergency donor panels by adequate training, rehearsal, and preparation, gaining the skills and knowledge to efficiently collect whole blood, and conduct blood transfusions in the event of a casualty. Buckley is a native of New York. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Juan Torres)

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