The Valkyrie program was created to introduce blood transfusions to general corpsmen. During the five-day course of the program, corpsmen train with volunteer blood donors. Since the first Valkyrie program training in 2018, over 230 corpsmen throughout the Navy have been trained and certified to perform blood transfusions. Since April 2020, over 100 Marines throughout the Marine Corps have received the training, as well. As of January 2021, 35 corpsmen and 20 Marines of the 15th MEU have received the training. Medical personnel with the 15th MEU have a goal to instruct and train as many Sailors and Marines as possible while deployed aboard ship.