Airmen from the 375th and 628th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadrons out of Scott Air Force Base and Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, along with medical researchers from Indiana and Nebraska universities conduct Transportation Isolation System training on a flight from Joint Base Charleston to Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska. The Transport Isolation System, or TIS, is an enclosure the Department of Defense can use to safely transport patients with highly contagious diseases such as Ebola. Photo by Airman 1st Class Joshua R. Maund
Airmen from the 375th and 628th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadrons out of Scott Air Force Base and Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, along with medical researchers from Indiana and Nebraska universities conduct Transportation Isolation System training on a flight from Joint Base Charleston to Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska. The Transport Isolation System, or TIS, is an enclosure the Department of Defense can use to safely transport patients with highly contagious diseases such as Ebola. Photo by Airman 1st Class Joshua R. Maund
Airmen from the 375th and 628th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadrons out of Scott Air Force Base and Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina, along with medical researchers from Indiana and Nebraska universities conduct Transportation Isolation System training on a flight from Joint Base Charleston to Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska. The Transport Isolation System, or TIS, is an enclosure the Department of Defense can use to safely transport patients with highly contagious diseases such as Ebola. Photo by Airman 1st Class Joshua R. Maund

Scott Airmen, medical researchers team up for inflight TIS training

July 30, 2018 11:54 AM