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Soldiers from the Nebraska Army National Guard's Company G, 2-104th Aviation Regiment (General Support Aviation Battalion) – along with Cpl. Vanessa O’Gorman, a medical technician with the 1 Canadian Field Hospital – help transport a simulated wounded patient from a UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter during a medical evacuation training mission exercise, May 14, to ambulances and crews from Canada’s 5 Field Ambulance for transport to a Unit Medical Station. O’Gorman spent the majority of the two-week exercise training with Sgt. Jason Dillon, a flight medic from Seward, Nebraska, and Sgt. Raymond Smith, a crew chief from Lincoln, Nebraska, learning how American forces conduct air medical evacuations. More than 150 Soldiers from the Nebraska Army National Guard’s 1-376th Aviation Regiment traveled to Camp Wainwright in Alberta, Canada, May 8-24, for Exercise Maple Resolve 2018, the Canadian Army’s most comprehensive annual training event designed for any contingency operation. This year’s Maple Resolve included approximately 6,000 service members from Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and France. Working with Canadian Armed Forces, primarily from 5 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group (5 CMBG), Nebraska’s aviation battalion served two primary missions, including 24-hour medical evacuation training and support, and air support to all ground defenses. (Nebraska National Guard photo by Spc. Lisa Crawford)

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