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MEDCoE graduates 20,000th Soldier under COVID-19 conditions
March 25, 2021
Sgt. Carter McCall holds a sign that signifies him as the 20,000th U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence graduate since COVID-19.

Drill sergeants don PPE to receive new trainees at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston
April 26, 2020
Soldiers wait in formation

USAISR conducts study at Fort Carson
February 28, 2020
airway management device

MEDCoE starts new operationally focused paramedic pilot course
January 16, 2020
Sgt. 1st Class Reid Carpenter, a past flight paramedic instructor, wirelessly adjust the setting of a medical patient simulator as two Army Health Care Specialists (68W), also known as combat medics, practice treating an injured patient inside a UH-60 Blackhawk trainer. The life-sized trainer offers students the opportunity of realistic classroom exercises emulating the sound, wind, and stressful environment of an actual helicopter. These concepts were transferred to the new Combat Paramedic Course pilot program that began in January.