JSOH medical first responders prepare for tasking

JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. -- U.S. Navy Hospitalman Devon Webber, Bethesda Naval Hospital, Md. and Senior Airman Jacob Watters, 79th Medical Wing, Advance Cardiac Life Support technician perform a quick Land Mobile Radio check during the Joint Service Open House here May 21, 2011. They are ACLS first responders to provide immediate cardiac patient care. The JSOH affords the public an opportunity to meet the men and women of the Armed Forces and to see military equipment from the Navy, Marines, Army, Air Force and Coast Guard. The JSOH is planned and conducted through the efforts of active duty, guard and reserve service members, as well as civilian employees, retirees and family members. (U.S. photo/Staff Sgt. Sophia Piellusch)

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