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National Center for Medical Readiness Supports Small Business Training, Testing

The National Center for Medical Readiness leverages U.S. Air Force small business support funds to train personnel and test technologies for use in national security missions.

The Wright State Research Institute manages the Ohio-based center to provide small businesses with an environment for testing new technologies, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base said Wednesday.

 John Matecki, NCMR’s associate director of training and exercise, said that the center is equipped to train law enforcement, emergency responders, combat medical specialists and special operators.

The center also supports Tech Warrior Enterprise, an effort aiming to accelerate technology development under USAF's Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer Program.

Recently, the center added structures that would become part of a tactical training facility.

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