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Thursday, January 21, 2010

Team Rubicon breaks into smaller teams staying light and quick

"The team must remain light and fast. We picked up three nurses at noon yesterday and had them operating on patients with exposed bone and amputees in post-op by 1355. No other organization can do that. Being said, we take calculated risks....we go with local drivers...I think the larger the team gets...it still needs to break up into smaller teams to operate.

Will McNulty

1 comment:

  1. Small teams is the way to go. Team Rubicon leads the way. The larger aid effort should have had hundreds of them on the ground a week ago. Go Team Rubicon, we are so proud of you.

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