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Joint Task Force-Bravo conducts medical exercise, builds relationships in Nicaragua

U.S. Army Sgt. Shelby Snow applies sutures to a Nicaraguan woman after having several tooth extractions during a Joint Task Force-Bravo-led Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Alamikamba, Nicaragua, May 18, 2016. The dental services team saw a total of 135 patients, most of whom required more than one extraction. Many residents of Alamikamba suffer from decaying teeth due to the bad water conditions and lack of dental care in the area. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Joint Task Force-Bravo conducts medical exercise, builds relationships in Nicaragua

U.S. Army Spc. Tyler Novich, Honduran Dr. Wilmer Amador, and U.S. Army Maj. Margaret Novicio, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element dental services, prepare to perform several tooth extractions on an elderly Nicaraguan woman during a Medical readiness Training Exercise in Alamikamba, Nicaragua, May 18, 2016. Several patients suffered from decaying teeth due to the bad water conditions and lack of preventive dental care in the area. Dental care is one of several services provided by the Medical Element, in cooperation with Nicaraguan Ministry of Health representatives. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Joint Task Force-Bravo conducts medical exercise, builds relationships in Nicaragua

U.S. Army Cpl. Anthony Vargas, Joint Task Force-Bravo Joint Security Forces, facilitates translation between the pharmacy team and Nicaraguan nationals while handing out prescribed medications to patients during a Joint Task Force-Bravo-led Medical Readiness Training Exercise, May 19, 2016, in Alamikamba, Nicaragua. Medication was provided for all those that visited the MEDRETE site after consultations with medical providers. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Joint Task Force-Bravo conducts medical exercise, builds relationships in Nicaragua

A Nicaraguan Army pediatrician examines a young girl during a Joint Task Force-Bravo-led Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Alamikamba, Nicaragua, May 19, 2016. A total of 1,265 Nicaraguans received care during the MEDRETE, which included participation from Nicaraguan Ministry of Health and Army in cooperation with JTF-Bravo service members and Honduran medical liaisons from Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Joint Task Force-Bravo conducts medical exercise, builds relationships in Nicaragua

U.S. Army Capt. Angela Hunter, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element physician assistant, examines an elderly woman’s vital signs during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Alamikamba, Nicaragua, May 18, 2016. Hunter was part of a JTF-Bravo team that participated in a two-day exercise in Nicaragua which provided the local population with preventive care, basic health care services, dental care and medications. A total of 1,265 Nicaraguans received care during the MEDRETE, which included participation from Nicaraguan Ministry of Health and Army in cooperation with JTF-Bravo service members and Honduran medical liaisons from Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Joint Task Force-Bravo conducts medical exercise, builds relationships in Nicaragua

U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Veronica Badillo, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element, examines a Nicaraguan man’s leg during a consultation, while participating in a Medical Readiness Training Exercise, May 18, 2016, in Alamikamba, Nicaragua. MEDRETEs help validate service members’ ability to provide care under austere conditions in remote locations, such as Northern Autonomous Caribbean Coast Region of Nicaragua, while providing an opportunity to help the host nation and build relationships between the U.S. and the Central American countries. A total of 1,265 Nicaraguans received care during the MEDRETE, which included participation from Nicaraguan Ministry of Health and Army in cooperation with JTF-Bravo service members and Honduran medical liaisons from Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Joint Task Force-Bravo conducts medical exercise, builds relationships in Nicaragua

A young boy carries his sister while his mother receives basic health care services during a Joint Task Force-Bravo-led Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Alamikamba, Nicaragua, May 18, 2016. Many of the children in the Northern Autonomous Caribbean Coast Region of Nicaragua suffer from malnutrition and lack vitamins. During the MEDRETE, preventive medication was provided to both adults and children as part of a care bag they received prior to a medical consultation. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Joint Task Force-Bravo conducts medical exercise, builds relationships in Nicaragua

Dr. Carlos Duron, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Liaison, provides a tour of the distribution of medical services for Laura F. Dogu, Ambassador of the United States to Nicaragua, during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise. Ambassador Dogu visited the village along with US AID and Embassy representatives to witness first-hand the impact MEDRETEs have on a community. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Joint Task Force-Bravo conducts medical exercise, builds relationships in Nicaragua

Mr. Eklan James Molina, Mayor of the Municipality of Prinzapolka, presents Laura F. Dogu, Ambassador of the United States to Nicaragua, with traditional Miskito artwork as an appreciation for the support that the U.S. Embassy in Managua provided to the community of Alamikamba, during a Joint Task Force-Bravo-led Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Alamikamba, Nicaragua, May 18, 2016. Exercise such as these help foster good relationships between the U.S. and Central American nations, allowing service members to provide health care in remote and austere locations where basic health care is in need of augmentation. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Joint Task Force-Bravo conducts medical exercise, builds relationships in Nicaragua

U.S. Army Capt. Katherine Matteson, Joint Task force-bravo public health nurse, applies deworming medication to a three-year-old girl as part of preventive medical care during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise, May 19, 2016, in Alamikamba, Nicaragua. The two-day exercise provided health care for more than 1,200 patients from Alamikamba and other nearby communities. A total of 1,265 Nicaraguans received care during the MEDRETE, which included participation from Nicaraguan Ministry of Health and Army in cooperation with JTF-Bravo service members and Honduran medical liaisons from Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Joint Task Force-Bravo conducts medical exercise, builds relationships in Nicaragua

A nurse from the Nicaraguan Ministry of Health helps deliver preventive medication to a family during a Joint Task Force-Bravo-led Medical Readiness Training Exercise, May 19, 2016, in Alamikamba, Nicaragua. A total of 1,265 Nicaraguans received care during the MEDRETE, which included participation from Nicaraguan Ministry of Health and Army in cooperation with JTF-Bravo service members and Honduran medical liaisons from Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Joint Task Force-Bravo conducts medical exercise, builds relationships in Nicaragua

U.S. Army SSgt Lisa Kent, Joint Task Force-Bravo Preventive Medicine, fill syringes with deworming medication to provide to the children who visited the Prinzu Pawanka Hospital during a Joint Task Force-Bravo-led Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Alamikamba, Nicaragua, May 19, 2016. After receiving an initial health class, which provided guidance on how to avoid common illnesses, patients were seen by medical providers and received medication for their illnesses. A total of 1,265 Nicaraguans received care during the MEDRETE, which included participation from Nicaraguan Ministry of Health and Army in cooperation with JTF-Bravo service members and Honduran medical liaisons from Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Joint Task Force-Bravo conducts medical exercise, builds relationships in Nicaragua

U.S. Army Sgt. Jason Nisperos, Joint Task Force-Bravo preventive medicine officer in charge, hands out vitamins and deworming medication to a Nicaraguan man with the help of a Miskito translator during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise, 18 May 2016, in Alamikamba, Nicaragua. After receiving an initial health class, patients received a preventive care bag prior to visiting health care providers and pharmacy. The bag included vitamins for adults and children, deworming medication and soap. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Joint Task Force-Bravo conducts medical exercise, builds relationships in Nicaragua

U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Lisa Kent and U.S. Army Sgt. Jason Nisperos, Joint Task Force-Bravo Preventive Medicine, provide a preventive medicine class for the people who visited the Prinzu Pawanka Hospital during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Alamikamba, Nicaragua, May 18, 2016. After receiving the initial health class, which provided guidance on how to avoid common illnesses, those present also received deworming medication, vitamins and soap. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Joint Task Force-Bravo conducts medical exercise, builds relationships in Nicaragua

Nicaraguans line up outside the Prinzu Pawanka Hospital to receive a preventive health care class provided by service members from Joint Task force-Bravo, during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise, May 18, 2016, in Alamikamba, Nicaragua. The class included guidance on hygiene, water treatment and disposal of waste to prevent common illnesses and viruses such as Dengue and Zika. A total of 1,265 Nicaraguans received care during the MEDRETE, which included participation from Nicaraguan Ministry of Health and Army in cooperation with JTF-Bravo service members and Honduran medical liaisons from Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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JTF-Bravo Medical Element performs first cross-border MEDRETE to help those in need

U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Lori Dameron, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element, explains how to prevent the Zika, Dengue and Chikungunya viruses, and other illnesses common to the area, to a group of Guatemalans with the help of a translator from the Guatemalan Ministry of Health during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise at Jocotán, Chiquimula, Guatemala, April 29, 2016. After completing this initial health class, vitamins and de-worming medication are also provided for both children and adults. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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JTF-Bravo Medical Element performs first cross-border MEDRETE to help those in need

U.S. Army Capt. Katherine Matteson, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element public health nurse, provides de-worming medication to a young girl during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise at Jocotán, Chiquimula, Guatemala, April 29, 2016. Vitamins and de-worming medication were provided for both children and adults during a preventive medicine health class prior to patients seeing the medical and dental providers. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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U.S. Army Maj. Margaret Novicio (left), Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element, is assisted by U.S. Army Corporal Tyler Novich (center), and U.S. Army Specialist Jeffry Gomez (right), while performing a tooth extraction on a Honduran woman during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Ostumán, Copán, Honduras, April 28,2016. Dental care is one of many services provided during a MEDRETE, which also includes an initial health class, basic medical attention and pharmacy. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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JTF-Bravo Medical Element performs first cross-border MEDRETE to help those in need

U.S. Army Sgt. Hiram Nieves, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element, examines a young boy during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise at Ostumán, Copán, Honduras, April 28, 2016. The examination is part of a screening process that will determine the type of treatment needed by the patients before visiting the medical providers and pharmacy, where the appropriate treatment and medication is provided free of cost. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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JTF-Bravo Medical Element performs first cross-border MEDRETE to help those in need

Dr. Doris Cardona (right), Regional Health Director of Copán, presents U.S. Air Force Capt. Amber El-Amin (left), Joint Task Force-Bravo Operations Medical Planner, with an appreciation award for the support given to the people of Copán by JTF-Bravo service members, in Ostumán, Copán, Honduras, April 28, 2016. The Regional Director visited the Medical Readiness Training Exercise location as part of a Civic Leader Engagement between regional key leaders, U.S. Embassy personnel and JTF-Bravo representatives. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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JTF-Bravo Medical Element performs first cross-border MEDRETE to help those in need

U.S. Army Capt. Yanna Ramaekers, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element, listens to patients with the help of a volunteer translator during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Ostumán, Copán, Honduras, April 28, 2016. MEDRETES serve to validate a service member’s ability to provide care under austere conditions in remote locations, and also provide an opportunity for them to work side by side with foreign counterparts while providing much-needed medical care, developing partnerships and long-lasting relationships with other nations. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Dr. Carlos Durón, Joint Task Force-Bravo Honduran medical liaison, examines a child during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Ostumán, Copán, Honduras, April 28, 2016. As a result of this joint effort between the U.S., Honduras and Guatemala, more than 900 patients were treated during the two-day medical exercise, providing them with basic health care, preventive medicine and orientation, dental services and medication free of cost. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Dr. Carlos Durón, Joint Task Force-Bravo Honduran medical liaison, receives a family for consultation during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Jocotán, Chiquimula, Guatemala, April 29, 2016. As a result of this joint effort between the U.S., Honduras and Guatemala, more than 900 patients were treated during the two-day medical exercise, providing them with basic health care, preventive medicine and orientation, dental services and medication free of cost. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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U.S. Army Corporal Kerry Holmes, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element, checks a woman’s vital signs during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Jocotán, Chiquimula, Guatemala, April 29, 2016. As a result of this joint effort between the U.S., Honduras and Guatemala, more than 900 patients were treated during the two-day medical exercise, providing them with basic health care, preventive medicine and orientation, dental services and medication free of cost. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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JTF-Bravo Medical Element performs first cross-border MEDRETE to help those in need

Guatemalan Public Health Services representatives check vaccination cards during a joint Medical Readiness Training Exercise at Jocotán, Chiquimula, Guatemala, April 29, 2016. MEDRETES serve to validate a service member’s ability to provide care under austere conditions in remote locations, and also provide an opportunity for them to work side by side with foreign counterparts while providing much-needed medical care, developing partnerships and long-lasting relationships with other nations. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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U.S. Army Colonel Sukchan Kim, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element, hands out prescribed medication to a mother and her child during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Ostuman, Copán, Honduras, April 28, 2016. Volunteer translators assisted the U.S. service members during the MEDRETE and facilitated communication between the providers and the patients. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Dr. Carlos Durón (right), Joint Task Force-Bravo medical liaison explains the different services provided during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise to Mr. Abel Contreras, Governor of Copán, as part of a Civic Leader Engagement between regional key leaders, U.S. Embassy personnel and JTF-Bravo representatives in Ostumán, Copán, Honduras, April 28, 2016. These exercises allow service members to work side by side with their foreign counterparts and to develop a relationship between participating nations. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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JTF-Bravo conducts Honduran and Guatemalan MEDRETE

Residents of Jocotán wait outside the pharmacy area after a consultation with medical providers during a Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Jocotán, Chiquimula, Guatemala, April 29, 2016. More than 500 patients were treated in Guatemala, receiving basic health care, preventive medicine and orientation, dental services and medication free of cost. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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JTF-Bravo conducts Honduran and Guatemalan MEDRETE

U.S. Army Sgt. Hiram Nieves, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element, fills out a prescription for a Guatemalan man and his son during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Jocotán, Chiquimula, Guatemala, April 29, 2016. The designated area for the MEDRETE has high rates of malnutrition and parasitic infections that can lead to anemia. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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JTF-Bravo conducts Honduran and Guatemalan MEDRETE

U.S. Army Major Margaret Novicio, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element, performs a tooth extraction on a Guatemalan man during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Ostumán, Copán, Honduras, April 28,2016. Dental care is one of many services provided during a MEDRETE, which also includes an initial health class, basic medical attention and access to a pharmacy. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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Guatemalan families wait outside a local church to receive a preventive health class during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Jocotán, Chiquimula, Guatemala, April 29, 2016. After concluding the initial class, patients receive soap, vitamins and de-worming medication, and then pass on to the screeners and medical providers. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Lori Dameron (right) and U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Brian McNeil (center back), Joint Task Force-Bravo preventive medicine, hand out soap, vitamins, and de-worming medication to the families that visited the Medical Readiness Training Exercise site at Ostumán, Copán, Honduras, April 28, 2016, after completing an initial health class. During the preventive medicine portion of the MEDRETE, patients learned how to properly treat their water and basic guidance on how to prevent common illnesses. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)
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LA PAZ, Honduras – U.S. Army Capt. Tara Thompson, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element assistant physician, and Honduran Army Cadet Elton Gutierrez, translator, listen to a man describe his ailments during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in La Paz Department, Honduras, March 2, 2016. Teamwork during these types of exercises is very important since both Honduran and U.S. personnel, volunteers, and representatives join to provide basic health care to the communities. (U.S. Army photo by Martin Chahin/Released)
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LA PAZ, Honduras – U.S. Army Capt. Michael Eaton (right front) and Sgt. Matthew Dickson (back), Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element providers, examine a Honduran patient with skin problems on the left side of his head during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in La Paz Department, Honduras, March 2, 2016. Basic medical attention is one among many services provided during these exercises, where patients receive care that is otherwise unavailable in their communities from Honduran and U.S. medical providers. (U.S. Army photo by Martin Chahin/Released)
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Honduran, U.S. medical providers bring health services to La Paz

LA PAZ, Honduras – U.S. Army Sgt. Jason Nisperos and Sgt. Lisa Kent, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element Preventive Medicine, instruct Honduran patients about the necessary precautions for disease prevention, prior to their medical consultations with U.S. and Honduran medical providers, during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in La Paz Department, Honduras, March 2, 2016. This medical exercises was an opportunity for more than 600 Hondurans to receive healthcare from Honduran health organizations and U.S. Servicemembers working together in the area. (U.S. Army photo by Martin Chahin/Released)
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LA PAZ, Honduras – Dr. Wilmer Amador, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Liaison, extracts a tooth from a Honduran patient during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in La Paz Department, Honduras, March 2, 2016. During the two-day exercise patients received basic dental treatment with a total of 164 extractions performed as part of a joint effort to provide basic health care between Honduras and the U.S. (U.S. Army photo by Martin Chahin/Released)
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LA PAZ, Honduras - U.S. Army Sgt. William Brown, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element dental provider, and Dr. Zoraida Ramos, Honduran medical volunteer, perform a dental extraction during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise, La Paz Department, Honduras, March 2, 2016. These MEDRETES are an opportunity for U.S. Servicemembers to work with Honduran medical providers in local communities. During the two-day MEDRETE a total of 164 extractions were performed. (U.S. Army photo by Martin Chahin/Released).
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LA PAZ, Honduras – Honduran physicians, Dr. Jose Elias Dubón (front) and Dr. Oscar Quezada (back) provide dental and medical services to two patients during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in La Paz Department, Honduras, March 2, 2016. During the two-day exercise patients received basic dental and medical treatment, as well as an initial health class where they were given vitamins and deworming medication. (U.S. Army photo by Martin Chahin/Released)
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Honduran, U.S. medical providers bring health services to La Paz

LA PAZ, Honduras – U.S. Army Capt. Michelle Russ, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element medical provider examines a child during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in La Paz Department, Honduras, March 2, 2016. Honduran volunteers served as translators, helping U.S. Servicemembers communicate with the patients when needed. A total of 643 Honduran patients were seen during the two-day MEDRETE. (U.S. Army photo by Martin Chahin/Released).
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Posted: 3/4/2016

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LA PAZ, Honduras - U.S. Army Capt. Anthony Bells, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element physician’s assistant, examines a young girl’s arm during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in the La Paz Department, Honduras, March 1, 2016. The MEDRETEs are conducted with Honduran medical providers and U.S. Servicemembers, helping build relationships with local communities while military members hone their skills in austere locations and care for those in need. (U.S. Army photo by Martin Chahin/Released)
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LA PAZ, Honduras - Dr. Oscar Quezada, Honduran medical volunteer, examines a baby girl during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in La Paz Department, Honduras, March 1, 2016. These medical outreach programs are an opportunity for Hondurans and U.S. Servicemembers to work as a team, providing medical care in local communities. (US. Army photo by Martin Chahin/Released).
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LA PAZ, Honduras - U.S. Army Sgt. Phillip Hodges, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element medical logistic specialist, checks a patient’s temperature during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in La Paz Department, Honduras, March 1, 2016. These training exercises allow U.S. Servicemembers to improve their medical skills under austere conditions, improving their mobile and response capacities, while engaging with the local community and supporting the Honduran medical providers. (U.S. Army photo by Martin Chahin/Released).
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Roy Broonfield, Red Cross volunteer, poses for a photo during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in the Cortes Department, Honduras, Feb. 19, 2016. Broonfield helped the pharmacy fill over 1,000 prescriptions during a two day MEDRETE on the coastal town North of San Pedro Sula, by translating prescriptions for locals. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Westin Warburton/Released)
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Posted: 2/29/2016

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Roy Broonfield, Red Cross volunteer, smiles for a photo during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in the Cortes Department, Honduras, Feb. 19, 2016. Broonfield helped translate for over 500 people during the MEDRETE, which helps locals receive basic medical attention and provides Servicemembers an opportunity to conduct their jobs in austere locations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Westin Warburton/Released)
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Roy Broonfield, Red Cross volunteer, helps hands out prescribed medication during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in the Cortes Department, Honduras, Feb. 19, 2016. Broonfield helped members of the U.S. Army by translating prescriptions and questions the locals had about their medication during the two day MEDRETE. The exercise helps support the Honduran Ministry of Health and provides locals with basic medical attention they would otherwise not receive. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Westin Warburton/Released)
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Roy Broonfield, Red Cross volunteer, helps U.S. Army pharmacy technicians by translating prescriptions during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in the Cortes Department, Honduras, Feb. 19, 2016. Broonfield has volunteered with the Red Cross of Honduras for three years and wishes to continue volunteering into the future to help provide a link between the people of his country and the services they can use to remain healthy. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Westin Warburton/Released)
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Posted: 2/29/2016

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U.S. Army 1st. Lt. Clinton Stephens, Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element nurse, screens a local woman during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in the Cortes Department, Honduras, Feb. 18, 2016. The screening process is a very crucial step in diagnosing patients to help them with further treatment and prescription medication. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Westin Warburton/Released)
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Posted: 2/19/2016

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A local man gets his blood pressure checked during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in the Cortes Department, Honduras, Feb. 18, 2016. These exercises provide military members with essential training and allow the members of Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element to practice real world skills in austere locations while developing relationships with host nation partners. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Westin Warburton/Released)
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Posted: 2/19/2016

    

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