North Carolina Army and Air National Guard Medical Technicians Set Up COVID-19 Medical Support Shelter
U.S. Air Force Capt. Lauri Bailey, a registered nurse for the 145th Medical Group (left) and U.S. Army Specialist Samantha Klimczak, a medic with the North Carolina Army National Guard (right) practice treating a simulated patient, while conducting drills prior to the arrival of live patients, at the North Carolina National Guard Medical Support Shelter (MSS), Central North Carolina, April 29, 2020. The MSS is intended to act as an overflow shelter for hospital patients not infected with the COVID-19 virus and is maned by a joint task force of Army and Airforce National Guard medical staff.