May 26, 2016 – Chisinau, Moldova. U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission Julie Stufft attended the closing ceremony of Falcon Medic, a two-week medical training exercise between the Moldovan military and the North Carolina National Guard.
Mrs. Stufft stated at the ceremony that “the United States remains committed to assisting Moldova to enhance its combat medical capabilities. Exercise Falcon Medic and the medical supplies donation are but two more examples of the positive impact of the U.S.-Moldovan military partnership, a relationship that goes back over 20 years. “
During the Falcon Medic exercise, twenty American soldiers from the 60th Troop Command Medical Detachment of the North Carolina National Guard trained their Moldovan counterparts on proper combat medical procedures. The exercise culminated with the presentation of a $300,000 medical supplies donation made possible by the combined efforts of the Department of Defense HIV/AIDS Prevention Program (DHAPP) and an American non-governmental organization called Project C.U.R.E.
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