Ii-8: Infantry Training

The process of preparing infantry soldiers for combat, covering skills such as marksmanship, tactics, navigation, and battlefield medicine.

Eradication of Disease

Efforts to eliminate infectious diseases during wartime, often crucial for maintaining troop health and preventing epidemics.

Bcb Medical

Medical refers to the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries.


A psychedelic brew made from the ayahuasca vine and the chacruna shrub, used for spiritual and medicinal purposes in the Amazon region of South America.

Aviation Medicine

The study of the effects of aviation on human health and performance.


The Greek god of medicine and healing, who is often depicted with a staff entwined with a serpent.


A bulge in the wall of a blood vessel.


A condition in which the blood has a reduced number of red blood cells or hemoglobin.