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com has made a commitment to supporting medical missions work and increasing healthcare access in underserved areas, sponsoring and recruiting physicians for several medical brigades annually, and also by operating the website medicalmissions.
Those hosting a Cuban medical brigade may be friendly as in Venezuela and Ghana, hostile as is the Brazilian Medical Association, become increasingly hostile as occurred after the 2009 coup in Honduras, or change from hostile to friendly as expected in Peru with the 2011 election of 011anta Humala.
As a platoon leader and planner for the training exercise, I coordinated the event with personnel from the 1st Medical Brigade and the Fort Hood Medical Simulation Training Center.
From October 2005 to October 2007 in OIF, the 30th Medical Brigade addressed concerns with the medical regulation of MEDEVAC patients, equipment issues, standardization of care for neurological patients, and packaging patients for flight.
Collins of Shrewsbury, recently returned from a one-year tour of duty in Afghanistan, where he served as commander of the Task Force 62 Medical Brigade.
Bruce McVeigh, commander of the 1st Medical Brigade at Fort Hood, Texas, and recent commander of 28th Combat Support Hospital in Iraq.
Captain Bell is the brigade CBRN officer, 62d Medical Brigade, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington.
Here also, in accounts of the work of volunteer Cuban medical brigades in Equatorial Guinea, is the living example of Cuba's socialist revolution.