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The MEDCAP team, made up of Soldiers assigned to the 489th Civil Affairs Battalion, 360th Civil Affairs Brigade force-protection personnel, Sailors from Camp Lemonier's Expeditionary Medical Facility, and medics from the 414th Civil Affairs Battalion, visited several villages in the Gaggade Desert.
During my several months with the 2515th MedEvac Unit, I had completed countless patient transfers between Tallil and the Expeditionary Medical Facility in Arifjan, Kuwait.
Seabees also constructed a 116-bed Expeditionary Medical Facility and 250-bed Fleet Hospital Facility.
The staff of the Expeditionary Medical Facility (EMF), Kuwait, that had treated me so well while in their care, joked about my wanting to return to stay another night.
SOUTHERN IRAQ (NNS)--When you're working in support of the first Navy Expeditionary Medical Facility ever established in a war zone--Fleet Hospital (FH) 3--at the very end of the supply lines and providing meals for patients and more than 300 staff, secret ingredients become secondary to experience and good old fashioned American ingenuity.
Each fleet hospital or Naval Expeditionary Medical Support System (NEMSS) can be built in its full-size, 500-bed capacity, or as a smaller version, called an Expeditionary Medical Facility (EMF), which supports between 20 and 116 patients.