My M-16, my jeep and the Medics working with the villagers and giving Medical aid on the MEDCAP Program: Medical doctors and specialists with equipment and supplies set up a temporary field clinic to provide limited medical treatment to the local population. MEDCAPs are generally narrow in scope and usually provide targeted assistance, such as inoculations. 3/4 Cavalry Vietnam, Cu Chi, 1966. Photo by Roger McGill.
Phu Loi 1968. Soldiers getting shots. "Our Company area was over on the West side, if you stayed to the left when you came through the Main Gate, and ran about 3/4's of the way around to the west side the Huey's and hooks had their revetments pretty much next to us. The Hueys would taxi right outside our hootch's back door. We'd set out there in the evenings and wave and drink beer. On occasion if they were coming in late we'd run over and hand all the guys a cold beer as they hovered past. Bad side, the Dinks knew where the Birds were and on occasion try to mortar them. Then we weren't real happy to have them as neighbors!" -Vietnam Veteran. Photo by Howard Swede Ware
Captured North Vietnamese Army (NVA) medical supplies. "All pictures were taken while I was with the Korean 9th Inf Div out of Ninh Hoa, Vietnam. When SF was sent back to the states I was transferred to the ROK 9th as NCOIC. I participated in several missions. The pictures were taken on my last mission, when all 3 regiments went into the mountains for 3 weeks." -Vietnam Veteran. Photo Taken 1970-71 by Tony Kristol.
2018 - Keynote Speaker: Susan Manley - Oral Presentation
This is a video of the presentation by Susan Manley, a keynote speaker at the 2018 Science, Mathematics & Engineering Symposium at Salt Lake Community College. She is introduced as the Vice President of Medical Services at Myriad Genetic Laboratories, Inc., and as a licensed genetic counselor. The video can be accessed via YouTube here: https://youtu.be/ZT9tsjJGqC0
2017 - Cadaveric Thoracic Cavity Dissection for Use in Human Anatomy Education - Poster Presentation
This is a poster that was presented at the 2017 Science, Mathematics & Engineering (SME) Symposium at Salt Lake Community College. The presenters: Cristin Dixon Fail, Melaney B. Farr, Jeff Huffman, and Melissa Walls, they are student at Salt Lake Community College. The goal of the presentation was to show the benefits of using medical cadavers.
This is a poster that was presented at the 2017 Science, Mathematics & Engineering (SME) Symposium at Salt Lake Community College. The presenter: Matthew Chapman, he is a student at Salt Lake Community College. The poster explains a new treatment for kidney failure called peritoneal dialysis.