One woman wearing a hat demonstrates a medical technology to two high school boys infront of a table of other CBRN medical displays.
230519-A-HU240-005.JPG Photo By: Collette Topfer

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD - Staff member demonstrates the Rapid Opioid Countermeasure System (ROCS) naloxone autoinjector. ROCS is designed to counter high-potency opioids and can save lives of exposed warfighters through administration by an autoinjector, even more potent than the Narcan product available to the public to reverse an opioid overdose.


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