Soldiers Take on the EFMB Challenge

By Spc. Mahlet Tesfaye, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs OfficeOctober 21, 2010

Spc. Cory Hudson, a medic with 25th Brigade Support Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, performs a pre-combat inspection on his radio before going out on a mission as one of the field examination during an Expert Field Medical Badge course at East Range, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, Oct. 19. Army medics serving throughout the Pacific tested on proper treatment of injuries and different types of casualty evacuations in combat situations to earn the U.S. Army Expert Field Medical Badge.
1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Spc. Cory Hudson, a medic with 25th Brigade Support Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, performs a pre-combat inspection on his radio before going out on a mission as one of the field examination during an Expert Field Medical Badge course at East Range, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, Oct. 19. Army medics serving throughout the Pacific tested on proper treatment of injuries and different types of casualty evacuations in combat situations to earn the U.S. Army Expert Field Medical Badge. (Photo Credit: Spc. Mahlet Tesfaye, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office) VIEW ORIGINAL
2nd Lt. Kyle Furfari, a medic with Company C., 325th Brigade Support Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, places a neck brace on a Soldier, role playing as an injured Soldier, as one of the field examination during an Expert Field Medical Badge course at East Range, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, Oct. 19. Medics in the Army are tested on proper treatment of different injuries and different types of casualty evacuations in combat situations to get the EFMP.
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – 2nd Lt. Kyle Furfari, a medic with Company C., 325th Brigade Support Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, places a neck brace on a Soldier, role playing as an injured Soldier, as one of the field examination during an Expert Field Medical Badge course at East Range, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, Oct. 19. Medics in the Army are tested on proper treatment of different injuries and different types of casualty evacuations in combat situations to get the EFMP. (Photo Credit: Spc. Mahlet Tesfaye, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office) VIEW ORIGINAL
Spc. Jon Starr, a medic with 25th Brigade Support Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, straps a dummy, role playing as an injured Soldier, on a SKED to transport it to a pick-up area during an Expert Field Medical Badge course at East Range, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, Oct. 19. Medics in the Army are tested on proper treatment of different injuries and different types of casualty evacuations in combat situations to get the EFMP.
3 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Spc. Jon Starr, a medic with 25th Brigade Support Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, straps a dummy, role playing as an injured Soldier, on a SKED to transport it to a pick-up area during an Expert Field Medical Badge course at East Range, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, Oct. 19. Medics in the Army are tested on proper treatment of different injuries and different types of casualty evacuations in combat situations to get the EFMP. (Photo Credit: Spc. Mahlet Tesfaye, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office) VIEW ORIGINAL