Medic combat training (8/30/12)


U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Michael R. Holzworth

“U.S. Army Sgt. Fernando Diaz is blind folded and has ice-cold water dumped over his head during a mock interrogation by opposition forces prior to a 100 question written test on medical knowledge Aug. 30, 2012, at Schofield Barracks, in Wahiawa, Hawaii. This procedure was as part of the 2012 Pacific Regional Medical Command Best Medic Competition; a 72-hour physical and mental test of U.S. Army Medics leadership, teamwork, tactics, medical knowledge and warrior tasks. Diaz is a combat medic assigned to 568th Medical Company at Camp Humphreys, South Korea.”

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3 Responses to Medic combat training (8/30/12)

  1. Mikey says:

    There is no such thing as Water Boarding! It has been happening for hundreds of years, it’s called Baptism!! That is why the muslems fear it so much. Once Baptized they lose the 70 virgins and now stuck with one liberated wife with an attitude! If I really believed in that Virgin thingy I’d be spilling my guts too to keep that trade off from happening! Mikey

  2. Randy says:

    Wasting water while we are in a drought! While I believe there may be some usefulness of dousing with water I would seriously doubt that the enemy has not come up with more formidible ways to achieve their goal.

  3. RobertG says:

    I’ll take this over water boarding..

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