The UCI Irvine Military-Civilian Partnership (UCIMCP) supports this three-year Military-Civilian Partnership in collaboration with the 1st Medical Battalion, Marine Expeditionary Force at Camp Pendleton and the San Diego Naval Hospital, as well as the Air Force US Pacific Fleet and a pending agreement with Commander Naval Surface Force US Pacific Fleet. The goal of the project is to continue to provide military medical teams the training and ongoing experience to maintain continuous readiness to provide the highest quality trauma care during national disasters and military conflict. The objectives include: 1) provide hands-on trauma training to individual military medical providers (MMPs) irrespective of prior trauma experience; 2) provide military teams with ongoing independent clinical experience with civilian peer collaboration to assure sustainment of trauma care skills while working together as a deployable team; 3) develop a MCP structure to assure optimal training through continuous evaluation by civilian and military participants; 4) expand the capacity and quality at UC Irvine for disaster management, and; 5) provide didactic, research and performance Improvement opportunities for MMPs. The expected outcomes of this project are to have multiple teams of MMPs that will: 1) provide high-quality trauma care after completing the training period; 2) maintain deployment readiness by receiving continuous trauma care experience; and 3) manage trauma patients through the acquisition of trauma KSAs. The products from this project are: 1) report to include schedules of training and clinical experience of participating MMPs and their specific clinical and procedural experience; 2) data to document KSA acquisition and program improvements for training. and; 3) report of research and performance improvement efforts of participating MMPs.