Sgt. Tusisaleia Pomele (left) encourages and critiques Indonesian Army Cadet Daniel Alexander Hammi during a simulated combat medical exercise in Bogor, Indonesia on June 14. ROTC Cadets Olivia Wood (middle left) and Hannah Rector (middle right), both nursing majors, are observing the exercise. Pomele and other members of the Hawaii-based 1984th U.S. Army Reserve Hospital conducted about a week of medical first-responder training by testing Indonesian troops in the exercise. The Indonesian Soldiers, mostly medics and nurses from the 1st Medic Battalion, are expected to assume the role of trainers and teach what they learned to other Indonesian troops. Pomele is from Honolulu; Wood is from Leavittsburg, Ohio and is attending Ohio State University; Rector is from Richmond, Texas and is attending Texas Christian University.