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AFRL leaders, Kettering Health network celebrate new Enlisted Critical Care Training Center at Soin Medical Center

Col. Tory Woodard, center, commander, U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine, talks to Erik Christensen, right, director of business operations and military affairs, Soin Medical Center; and Daniel Tryon, president of Soin Medical Center and Kettering Health Greene Memorial, during the official opening of the Enlisted Critical Care Course (EECC) at the Soin Medical Center April 13, 2022, in Beavercreek, Ohio. USAFSAM is one of two mission units in the 711th Human Performance Wing, part of the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL). AFRL and Kettering Health Network partnered to create a training wing at Soin Medical Center, which allows the Air Force to received training as critical care technicians and also give back to the community. There are 10 courses in a year with 10 technicians each, and the four-week course provides didactics, lectures, simulations and real-patient care. (U.S. Air Force photo / Richard Eldridge)

PHOTO BY: Richard Eldridge
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