Members of the aeromedical evacuation crew help Major Stephanie La Pierre, the patient simulating a potential exposure to Ebola and individual mobilization augmentee to the Air Mobility Command surgeon general command surgeon's office medical readiness division, out of a Transportation Isolation System (TIS) during Exercise Mobility Solace at Joint Base Andrews, Md., Aug. 16, 2016. Mobility Solace provides Air Mobility Command, working with joint partners, the opportunity to evaluate the protocols and operational sequences of moving multiple patients exposed or infected with Ebola using the TIS, while also minimizing the risks to aircrew, medical attendants and the airframe. The TIS is a modular, scalable system, composed of at least one isolation pallet for patient transportation and care, one pallet configured as an "antechamber" to provide medical members with an enclosed space to safely decontaminate and remove their personal protective equipment before exiting. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Airman Megan Munoz)