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  • 315th TRS knows the drill

    17th Training Wing students compete in quarterly drill competition
  • 312th TRS modernizes EMR course

    Manikins have been used since the 1960s, helping medical professionals learn how to accurately assess and treat patients in a simulated situation. The first medical manikins were used to teach resuscitation then later developed for teaching things such as anesthesiology and childbirth. The 312th Training Squadron here recently acquired new and improved HAL Manikins as a training tool in the Emergency Medical Responders course. These manikins allow students to diagnose and assist the patient by taking vitals and asking questions.
  • November Student of the Month

    The Student of the Month awards and Rope of the Month award are presented by 17th Training Group leadership each month.
  • Blood, Sweat, and Stairs

    The silhouette of the 90 foot tower stands tall as fire protection professionals prepare to climb its stairs at top speed during Blood, Sweat, and Stairs at the Louis F. Garland Department of Defense Fire Academy on Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas, Oct. 5, 2019. The stairs gave members of Goodfellow a taste of what first responders endured during
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