The Joint Emergency Medicine Exercise, or JEMX, hosted by the Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center is running now through 7 June on Fort Cavazos, Texas. JEMX is the U.S. Military’s largest, preeminent medical training exercise. Approximately, 1,500 Joint Service personnel representing 50 medical specialties from 60 different units across Fort Cavazos, the Tri-Services, DoD affiliates three components, and NATO partnerships will participate in the 5-day training exercise.

The purpose of JEMX is to increase unit and individual combat readiness and joint interoperability between medical staff from multiple military branches. Throughout the exercise, trainees will receive didactic instruction on the latest advancements in Tactical Combat Casualty Care TCCC, as well as care of military working dogs, medical planning, and autologous fresh whole blood transfusions and put those skills into practice on medical scenario lanes during the final days of the exercise.

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