U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Jennifer Pirante/Released 100908-M-3740P-012.jpg
Sep 7, 2010
Lance Cpl. Andrew Andrakowicz, aviation information systems specialist with Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 224, practices applying a tourniquet to the arm of Cpl. Christopher Ilas, aviation operations specialist with VMFA(AW) 224, during a simulated combat casualty training session Sept. 8. A tourniquet is a device used to control arterial circulation in an attempt to stop traumatic bleeding.
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