Navy Medicine Operational Training Center Story Archive

NMOTC wraps up SAAPM 2017  (2 May 2017)
Navy Medicine Operational Training Center (NMOTC) closed out its observation of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM), May 1.
NMOTC Remembers Holocaust  (18 May 2017)
Sailors from Navy Medicine Operational Training Center (NMOTC) were recently shown a provocative tribute in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Week
NMOTC Celebrates Asian-American, Pacific Islander Month  (25 May 2017)
Sailors from Navy Medicine Operational Training Center (NMOTC) celebrated Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, May 12, with an island-themed luau.
NASP Commemorates Battle of Midway  (9 June 2017)
Surrounded by decades of history at the National Naval Aviation Museum, service members on board Naval Air Station Pensacola commemorated one of the most profound and decisive battles in American naval history on June 5.
SWMI Sim Lab and VR Room Helps Prepare Students for Real World Patient Encounters  (19 June 2017)
The fact is, when one trains properly for real-world scenarios it can help lead to a successful outcome. This is something that is taken to heart within the Navy medical community.
SWMI Sailor is Shore IDC of the Year  (26 June 2017)
The Surface Warfare Medical Institute (SWMI) announced an SWMI Independent Duty Corpsman instructor and program manager for simulation operations at the San Diego-based school was selected as Navy Medicine's Shore Duty 2016 Independent Duty Corpsman (IDC) of the year.
ASTC Pensacola Sailor Trains Alongside Soldiers  (17 July 2017)
Aviation Survival Training Center (ASTC) Pensacola sent one of its instructors to the Army's Basic Airborne School at Fort Benning, Georgia, to learn and share parachute training practices.
Navy Drug, Alcohol Counselor School: A Life-Changing Experience  (20 July 2017)
"This school changed my life." That is the most often heard comment from Navy Drug and Alcohol Counselor School (NDACS) graduating students.
NMOTC Investigates Strategies for In-Flight Physiologic Events like Hypoxia   (30 November 2017)
Navy Aerospace Medical Institute (NAMI)is host to the scientific research using a new technology that could potentially become an early-warning signal to military pilots who are experiencing inflight physiologic events such as hypoxia.

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