miércoles, 11 de febrero de 2015

Wednesday Health.mil News Round-Up: Air Force Medicine: A Vision for the Future; Emerging communications capability set to save lives during critical en-route care operations


The following articles were recently posted on Health.mil:
The United States Air Force's core missions are air and space superiority, ISR (intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance), rapid global mobility, global strike, and command and control. These are almost identical (but in different terms) to the missions the USAF had in 1947. But we now do these missions in three domains: Air, Space and Cyberspace.
Whenever a wounded Marine needs critical care in a combat zone, aircraft provide the means to get them to the care they require. However, during these casualty evacuations, each passing minute in flight subtracts from the Marine’s “golden hour.” Communication between the care teams in the helicopter and the care facilities on the ground is critical and can often mean the difference between life and death.

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