Army’s MC-4 system protecting soldiers

The Army developed the MC-4 system to replace the paper medical card that often was stained or soaked with blood by the time a wounded solider got back to the field hospital.

Little did they know, the system actually would help to protect soldiers.

FederalNewsRadio’s Jason Miller caught up with Lieutenant Colonel William Geesey, the MC-4 product manager, about the benefits the system is bringing all of DoD.

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