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NUMBER 2 Expeditionary Health Squad-
ron (2EHS) tested out its Field Portable
Dental unit during an on-base exercise
at RAAF Base Williamtown -- and says
it is now ready to deploy anywhere any
Dental office FLTLT Georgina Seto,
who ran the exercise, said it allowed
her team -- FLTLTs David Liu and Adrian
Sebastian and dental assistants LACWs
Natalie Summersgill and Kirrie Waldon --
to familiarise themselves with the set-up
and use of the field equipment and to
test the deployable unit.
"We all enjoyed the exercise," FLTLT
"There were a few issues and les-
sons learned with regard to electrics and
lighting set-up as well as the disposal of
"We also had to adapt our patient
treatment to a 'field environment' with
different equipment, maintain high levels
of infection control and learn to work
together to efficiently set-up, maintain and
pack-down the field equipment."
The first day involved setting up and
testing the unit before starting treat-
ment of patients, including annual dental
examinations, scale and cleans, and
The next two days were devoted to
continued patient treatment before the
unit was packed up.
Essays on air
YOU KNOW THE
David Liu, front,
and LACW Natalie
an annual dental
check on a patient
in the deployable
Photo: CPL David Gibbs
ENTRIES for the 2011 Chief of Air
Force Essay Competition (CAFEC)
on air power are being called for.
CAFEC is a means of promoting
discussion in the wider community
on the contribution of air power
within the Australian context and
has two prize categories named in
honour of two extraordinary airmen,
AVM Henry Wrigley and FSGT
The Wrigley Prize is open to all
Australian citizens and those foreign
military serving with the ADF. The
essay is to be no more than 5000
words from a list of contemporary
air power topics. The winner will
The Middleton Prize is now open
to all ADFA officer cadets. The
essay is to be no more than 3000
words and must be based on a battle
or operation involving the RAAF.
The winner will receive either
$1500 or a fully sponsored ADFA
battlefield study tour for 2012.
Essays are to be submitted to
the Air Power Development Centre
(APDC) by November 1.
For further information about
the essay competition, including
submission requirements and topic
selections, go to the APDC website
at http://airpower.airforce.gov.au or
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