Kings Bay Unit Makes PPE for Employees, Health Care Providers

Kings Bay Unit Makes PPE for Employees, Health Care Providers
As COVID-19 began to spread across the United States, Trident Refit Facility Kings Bay, Georgia, or TRF-KB, redirected some resources to produce personal protective equipment  for its employees and local medical personnel treating COVID-19 patients.

After seeing media reports about New York City healthcare providers using plastic trash bags due to shortages of protective medical aprons, Navy Capt. Paul Dinius, the TRF-KB commanding officer at the time, contacted Navy Cmdr. Adrian Gaskins, the officer in charge at the Kings Bay Naval Branch Health Clinic, and offered the services of TRF-KB to manufacture PPE items.

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