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The medics and author will draw on their SOF experience to communicate relevant clinical concepts pertinent to different operational environments including SOF and TEMS. The vast majority of Soldiers were untested in war and would quickly have the opportunity to meet with the enemies of our nation in close combat. (Journal Article)Abstract Background: Special Operations Forces (SOF) medics have written and published numerous practice reflections that intricately describe their practice environments, clinical dilemmas, and suggestions for teaching and practice.
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“When digital came it felt like my job was over,” Carminati says in the video.

“Back then if a person had a Rolleiflex his whole family could live on it.

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- 4 webcams which are located at the Tropical Isle on Bourbon Street in the French Quarter, the Bourbon Street web cam offers a live view of the 200 block of Bourbon Street.

However, some live cams, such as webcams that are part of the Earth Cam network, may only work during Mardi Gras season.

Other New Orleans Live Cams may not be visible on some browsers or require special plug-ins while other cams may be having temporary technical problems.

The website is provided by the Louisiana Department of Transportation.

The camera is not a streaming video and the images update every 3 minutes.

However, it’s excellent location at the Tropical Isle Bar in the French Quarter makes it one of our favorite Mardi Gras live cams.- Choose from the live view of Bourbon Street from Arnaud’s Restaurant or the New Orleans suburb of Metairie at the intersection of I-10 and Causeway Blvd.

Milan-based filmmaker David Drills made this short film titled, “Master of Camera”.

It’s a beautiful 2-minute portrait of Gian Luigi Carminati, a 76-year-old man who has spent his entire working life repairing cameras.