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Field Medical Training Battalion - East

 

Field Medical Training Battalion - East

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Camp Lejeune, NC
MCPON Giordano takes time for a group photo with the staff at Field Medical training Battalion-East.
MCPON Giordano visit
MCPON Giordano takes time for a group photo with the staff at Field Medical training Battalion-East.
CAPT Smith, Commanding Officer of Field Medical Training Battalion-East, welcomes MCPON Giordano.
MCPON Giordano visit
CAPT Smith, Commanding Officer of Field Medical Training Battalion-East, welcomes MCPON Giordano.
HMCM DesChamps, FMTB-E CMC, welcomes MCPON Giordano on his tour of Field Medical Training Battalion-East.
MCPON Giordano visit
HMCM DesChamps, FMTB-E CMC, welcomes MCPON Giordano on his tour of Field Medical Training Battalion-East.
MCPON GIORDANO visited with the Sailors at Field Medical Training Battalion-East.
MCPON Giordano Visit
MCPON Giordano visited with the Sailors at Field Medical Training Battalion-East.
After 8 weeks of intense mental and physical training, the platoon leadership of Class 17010 returns the platoon guidons to their instructors at the FMTB-E graduation ceremony.
Field Medical Training Battalion-East Graduation ceremony
After 8 weeks of intense mental and physical training, the platoon leadership of Class 17010 returns the platoon guidons to their instructors at the FMTB-E graduation ceremony.
After 8 weeks of intense mental and physical training, the platoon leadership of Class 17010 receives their shields during the FMTB-E graduation ceremony.
Field Medical Training Battalion-East Graduation ceremony
After 8 weeks of intense mental and physical training, the students of Class 17010 receives their shields during the FMTB-E graduation ceremony.
After 8 weeks of intense mental and physical training, the students of class 17010 received their shields.
Field Medical Training Battalion-East Graduation Ceremony
After 8 weeks of intense mental and physical training, the students of class 17010 received their shields.
Students demonstrate combat care procedures in the FMTB-E simulation Lab.
FMTB-E Simulation Lab
Students demonstrate combat care procedures in the FMTB-E simulation Lab.
Field Medical Training Battalion-East (FMTB-E)Commanding Officer, CAPT Jennifer Smith, leads class 16030 on their first hike.  FMTB-E students complete four hikes during their training, 2, 4, 6, and 8 miles long.
FMTB-E CO leads students on a 2 mile training hike
Field Medical Training Battalion-East (FMTB-E)Commanding Officer, CAPT Jennifer Smith, leads class 16030 on their first hike. FMTB-E students complete four hikes during their training, 2, 4, 6, and 8 miles long.
FMTB-E student participates on the obstacle course.  The obstacle is designed to test students strength and ability to safely move past obstacles.
Obtacle Course
FMTB-E student participates on the obstacle course. The obstacle is designed to test students strength and ability to safely move past obstacles.
Obstacle Course
FMTB-E Training
Obstacle Course
Field Week
FMTB-E Training
Field Week
FMTB-E student participates on the obstacle course.  The obstacle is designed to test students strength and ability to safely move past obstacles.
Obstacle Course
FMTB-E student participates on the obstacle course. The obstacle is designed to test students strength and ability to safely move past obstacles.
FMTB-E student participates on the obstacle course.  The obstacle is designed to test students strength and ability to safely move past obstacles.
FMTB-E student on obstacle course
FMTB-E student participates on the obstacle course. The obstacle is designed to test students strength and ability to safely move past obstacles.
Students at FMTB-E learn patrolling techniques.
Patrol
Students at FMTB-E learn patrolling techniques.
To train the Navy's finest to serve with the few and the proud.
To be recognized by Navy and Marine Corps leadership as the premiere source of training excellence that produces mission ready Sailors in support of the Fleet Marine Force.

Field Medical Training Battalion-East is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE).  Accreditation by the COE assures the quality of the institution and assists in the improvement of the institution and its programs.  The Council on Occupational Education is located at 7840 Roswell Road, Building 300, Suite 325, Atlanta, GA 30350; phone numbers are (770) 396-3898 or (800) 917-2081.