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How can this team approach ensure that medical treatment for Airmen is the best it can be?

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HDIAC Staff
Posted Date: 08/22/2016

The Air Force is changing the way it treats and prevents injuries for Airmen. How can this team approach ensure that medical treatment for Airmen is the best it can be?

A  tactical air control party instructor leads students during group calisthenics on Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. The 59th Medical Wing is supporting the Air Force’s new Battlefield Airmen Training Group produce elite, combat-ready Airmen through a synergized, comprehensive systematic approach to health care. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Justine Rho)

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