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Cover: Health service support and force health protection have become important aspects of sustainment. The articles beginning on pages 6, 10, 13, and 36 look at the activities of brigade support medical companies, a sustainment brigade’s brigade surgeon section, and the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Center, Korea. Force health protection seeks to improve Soldier health, casualty prevention, and casualty care. Often the first care that wounded Soldiers receive is from fellow Soldiers on the battlefield who have received combat lifesaver training. In the cover photo, Soldiers from the 1st Sustainment Brigade provide medical aid during the hands-on portion of the Combat Lifesaver Course. (Photo by SSG Matthew Veasley)

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