State-of-the-art Manikins Help Train Marines to Save Lives
Their pupils can dilate. They can replicate abnormal breathing patterns. They can bleed and even go into shock.
They can also help save lives.
That’s a lot to ask of a manikin, but the staff of the newly opened III Marine Expeditionary Force Casualty Simulation Center is confident in its state-of-the-art gear.
"They are wireless, tetherless manikins that can simulate any battle injury that we give it," instructor Petty Officer 1st Class Jeremy Dunlap said during the final day of...
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