Special to GUIDON
Staff Sgt. Danette Rosadomaldonado, a drill sergeant with Company E, 787th Military Police Battalion, quickly assessed a trainee’s health after she suffered what appeared to be a seizure and coordinated medical support through cadre.
The trainee was transported to the General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital Emergency Room and subsequently air evacuated to Mercy Hospital in Springfield, Missouri, for further care.
Doctors noted that quick actions by Rosadomaldonado and cadre facilitated minimal medical injury to the trainee. The trainee has been released from the hospital and is pending further medical assessment and processing, but continues to respond favorably to continued medical treatment. Rosadomaldonado demonstrates “People First” in taking care of this and all other trainees under her watch.
Jim Rabenold and his team within Maneuver Support Center of Excellence’s Homeland Defense/Civil Support Office were recently recognized by the Department of Homeland Security.
Their innovative use of DHS’ mission information network earned the “Best of 2019” (silver category) for overall excellence in the use of the information networks in incident command and operations. They used these tools for collaboration — across emergency services, law enforcement, and other partners — to improve decision making and to advance their mission for the homeland, keeping communities safe.
As HSIN said “other communities learn from the awardees.” MSCoE appreciates Rabenold and the entire HD/CSO team for demonstrating excellence.
(Editor’s note: This article was submitted to the GUIDON by MSCoE.)