Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, – Joint Process Power-Bravo, a U.S. Southern Command unit at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, will conduct a fast response train with the Salvadoran Army to simulate a pure catastrophe response in and round La Union, El Salvador from 10-22 Might.
The train will happen in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador and can combine interoperability and catastrophe response coaching along with medical assist and development initiatives.
In El Salvador, JTF-B will train casualty evacuation and personnel restoration coaching with U.S. and Salvadoran forces utilizing rotary-wing plane to extend their collective readiness to reply rapidly and save lives following a pure catastrophe.
At the side of that coaching, medical groups will carry out major care, preventative medication, dental, pharmacy, common surgical procedure and veterinary providers to Salvadorans at Zacatillo Island, Conchaguita Island, Meanguera Island, Mogotillo, La Union, Jaguey, and Tamarindo.
“The chance to take part on this train ensures we’re prepared collectively for humanitarian help and catastrophe aid operations,” mentioned U.S. Military Col. John Litchfield, commander of JTF-Bravo. “We’re enduring, dependable companions for security, safety and prosperity within the area.”
This train will enhance U.S., Guatemalan, Honduran and Salvadoran skills to quickly reply to crises collectively. JTF-B promotes regional cooperation and safety in Central America.
Roughly 65 U.S. service members will deploy to El Salvador from JTF-Bravo, Honduras for the train.