CROSS WITH THE US FROGS 2010~

CAVITE, Philippines ,A member of the Armed Forces of the Philippines Naval Special Operations Group participates in a battlefield exercise during a combat medic subject matter expert exchange at Naval Base Cavite, Philippines. Three U.S. Navy special warfare operator (SEAL) medics assigned to Joint Special Operations Task Force-Philippines, conducted a course for 20 Philippine Navy SEALs on how to immediately treat battlefield injuries.

U.S. Navy Special Warfare Operator 1st Class (SEAL) Medic from Joint Special Operations Task Force-Philippines teaches members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines Naval Special Operations Group proper procedures for administering intravenous fluids during a medical subject matter expert exchange in Cavite, Philippines, , 2010. U.S. Navy SEALs are training their Philippine counterparts during a month-long combat medic course to increase skills for treating casualties during combat operations. After the course, the Philippine trainees will return to their home units to teach the techniques to others.

CAVITE, Philippines A special warfare operator (SEAL) medic assigned to Joint Special Operations Task Force-Philippines, critiques students from the Armed Forces of the Philippines Naval Special Operations Group who are administering first-aid to a victim with an arm injury during a field medical exercise. Joint Special Operations Task Force-Philippines and Armed Forces of the Philippines partnered for the month-long course to learn a variety of treatments for combat-related injuries. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. j.g. Theresa Donnelly/Released)

HOOYAH!!! NAVSOG!!!

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