Tendon Valiant Medical Readiness Exercise in Indonesia

By Sgt. 1st Class Christina Bhatti, Garuda Shield 09 Public AffairsJuly 2, 2009

Pharmacists and pharmacy techs fill prescriptions for patients in Ciburuy Villiage, near Bandung, Indonesia, June 29 as part of the Medical Readiness Exercise Tendon Valiant. Doctors and medics from 12 countries provided medical care to nine sites in the Bandung area. Tendon Valiant is an annual, multi-national, Medical Readiness Exercise to improve security operation and medical interoperability between the nations. During the five-day exercise, the doctors and medics treated more than 2,000 patients.
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Pharmacists and pharmacy techs fill prescriptions for patients in Ciburuy Villiage, near Bandung, Indonesia, June 29 as part of the Medical Readiness Exercise Tendon Valiant. Doctors and medics from 12 countries provided medical care to nine sites in the Bandung area. Tendon Valiant is an annual, multi-national, Medical Readiness Exercise to improve security operation and medical interoperability between the nations. During the five-day exercise, the doctors and medics treated more than 2,000 patients. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Christina Bhatti, Garuda Shield 09 Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Australian Cpl. Jason Ross, medic, checks the blood pressure of a woman in Ciburuy Villiage, near Bandung, Indonesia, June 29 as part of the Medical Readiness Exercise Tendon Valiant. Doctors and medics from 12 countries provided medical care to nine sites in the Bandung area. Tendon Valiant is an annual, multi-national, Medical Readiness Exercise to improve security operation and medical interoperability between the nations.
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Australian Cpl. Jason Ross, medic, checks the blood pressure of a woman in Ciburuy Villiage, near Bandung, Indonesia, June 29 as part of the Medical Readiness Exercise Tendon Valiant. Doctors and medics from 12 countries provided medical care to nine sites in the Bandung area. Tendon Valiant is an annual, multi-national, Medical Readiness Exercise to improve security operation and medical interoperability between the nations. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Christina Bhatti, Garuda Shield 09 Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
A doctor from Vietnam takes medical information from a patient in Ciburuy Villiage, near Bandung, Indonesia, June 29 as part of the Medical Readiness Exercise Tendon Valiant.  Doctors and medics from 12 countries provided medical care to nine sites in the Bandung area. Tendon Valiant is an annual, multi-national, Medical Readiness Exercise to improve security operation and medical interoperability.
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A doctor from Vietnam takes medical information from a patient in Ciburuy Villiage, near Bandung, Indonesia, June 29 as part of the Medical Readiness Exercise Tendon Valiant. Doctors and medics from 12 countries provided medical care to nine sites in the Bandung area. Tendon Valiant is an annual, multi-national, Medical Readiness Exercise to improve security operation and medical interoperability. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Christina Bhatti, Garuda Shield 09 Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
A doctor from Singapore, checks the eyes of a patient in Ciburuy Villiage, near Bandung, Indonesia, June 29 as part of the Medical Readiness Exercise Tendon Valiant.  Doctors and medics from 12 countries provided medical care to nine sites in the Bandung area. Tendon Valiant is an annual, multi-national, Medical Readiness Exercise to improve security operation and medical interoperability between the nations. During the five-day exercise, the doctors and medics treated more than 2,000 patients.
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A doctor from Singapore, checks the eyes of a patient in Ciburuy Villiage, near Bandung, Indonesia, June 29 as part of the Medical Readiness Exercise Tendon Valiant. Doctors and medics from 12 countries provided medical care to nine sites in the Bandung area. Tendon Valiant is an annual, multi-national, Medical Readiness Exercise to improve security operation and medical interoperability between the nations. During the five-day exercise, the doctors and medics treated more than 2,000 patients. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Christina Bhatti, Garuda Shield 09 Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL