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The roadshow highlights the current and projected composition of each operational medicine community with the goal of helping interns make decisions regarding their post-internship career path. Presenters included senior medical corps officers from BUMED, Navy Personnel Command (PERS), and each of the four major operational medicine communities: Surface Fleet, Undersea Medicine, Aviation Medicine and Fleet Marine Force.
What do all of the operational medicine communities have in common? At the core, they serve our Naval and Marine Corps warfighters. This is why such selection is not to be taken lightly.
“Two years ago in these same chairs sat an intern just like you, and one year later — almost to the day — he was in Kabul,” said Capt. Travis Deaton, 1st Marine Division surgeon.
“Do you remember what happened one year ago,” asked Deaton. “The Kabul airport suicide bombing.”
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