Mar 10, 2014

A member of the Combat Support Systems Program Management Office of Marine Corps Systems Command, describes the different components of the new Portable Patient Transport Life Support System during training aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 25, 2014. The PPTLSS was designed as a lightweight, mobile replacement for the current, bulky, life-support systems used for serious injuries. It provides highly efficient components Navy personnel need to evacuate wounded Marines and sailors from the battlefield.

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