We've been working on and implementing training and policy guidance to make sure we're prepared globally. We have to ensure we have the surveillance in place, installation preparedness, global understanding and a stockpile of necessary components to mount an effective medical response. It's an enormous task.
For us, it's making sure the capabilities we have in each service are interchangeable, so, for instance, any service's medic can operate the same equipment. We don't want to have to learn new equipment when time is of the essence. Through joint training, standardization and combining and making efficiencies where we can, we can ensure top quality care anytime and anywhere.