Cpt. John Rotruck

Commanding Officer of Medical Treatment Facility USNS Mercy

Commanding Officer of Medical Treatment Facility USNS Mercy

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The Navy hospital ship USNS Mercy arrived in LA in March to help prevent a situation similar to New York City’s, where hospitals were overwhelmed and tent medical facilities sprang up…

Hospital ship USNS Mercy captain talks coronavirus outbreak and testing

The Navy hospital ship USNS Mercy arrived in LA in March to help prevent a situation similar to New York City’s, where hospitals were overwhelmed and tent medical facilities sprang up…

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