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JTF-Bravo partners with Panama to bring health care to remote villagesJTF-Bravo partners with Panama to bring health care to remote villages
JTF-Bravo partners with Panama to bring health care to remote villages

QUEBRADA NEGRA, Panama – Sgt. Rob A. Slaughter, medical provider from Joint Task-Force Bravo’s Medical Element, treats the burn wound of a young girl in Quebrada Negra, Panama, September 23, 2015 during a medical readiness training exercise between Joint Task Force-Bravo and the Panamanian Ministry of Health. The U.S. and Panamanian medical providers were able to reach out to the Colorado Pediatric Burn Center in order to provide a joint consultation and explain proper care for the burn. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Tia Sokimson)
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Posted: 10/2/2015

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JTF-Bravo partners with Panama to bring health care to remote villages

CORONTE, Panama – Dr. Guillermo Saenz (left), a medical liaison from JTF-Bravo’s Medical Element, explains the different treatments and procedures that are being provided during a medical readiness training exercise in Coronte, Panama, September 24, 2015, to Kevin O’Reilly (left center), Chargé d’Affaires for the U.S. Embassy in Panama. Service members and civilian medical providers from Joint Task Force-Bravo joined the Panamanian Ministry of Health, along with members from the U.S. Embassy in Panama to provide free health care in the region. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Tia Sokimson)
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JTF-Bravo partners with Panama to bring health care to remote villages

QUEBRADA NEGRA, Panama – Service members from Joint Task Force-Bravo and the Panamanian Ministry of Health load materials and supplies into a CH-47 Chinook, for the construction of latrines and water dispensing sites in Quebrada Negra, Panama, September 23, 2015, in order to provide sanitary conditions for the community. Medical readiness training exercises help foster good relationships and serve as a validation of teamwork between partner nations. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Tia Sokimson)
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JTF-Bravo partners with Panama to bring health care to remote villages

CORONTE, Panama – Victor Luis Pineda, a 30-day-old child, is loaded onto a from Joint Task Force-Bravo helicopter by a representative from the Panamanian Ministry of Health, accompanied by his mother in Coronte, Panama, September 25, 2015, in order to be transported to the Ramballa Air Field, to receive life-saving treatment. Exercises such as these validate medical expeditionary capabilities, enhance readiness and foster partner nation response and capacity. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Tia Sokimson)
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JTF-Bravo partners with Panama to bring health care to remote villages

CORONTE, Panama – Victor Luis Pineda, a 30-day-old child, is checked for malnourishment, dehydration, and oral candidiasis during a medical readiness training exercise in Coronte, Panama, September 25, 2015. With support from Joint Task Force-Bravo, the baby was able to be transported by helicopter to the to the Ramballa Air Field, along with his mother and a representative from the Panamanian Ministry of Health, in order to get life-saving treatment. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Tia Sokimson)
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JTF-Bravo partners with Panama to bring health care to remote villages

QUEBRADA NEGRA, Panama - Mothers wait in line to receive medical care with their children in Quebrada Negra, Panama, September 23, 2015, during a medical readiness training exercise that involved members from Joint Task Force-Bravo and the Panamanian Ministry of Health. Exercises such as these enhance readiness, foster partner nation response and capacity, and also validate JTF-Bravo’s medical expeditionary capabilities. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Tia Sokimson)
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Dr. Carlos Durón (left), medical liaison for JTF-Bravo’s Medical Element, provides a tour of the facilities for Manuel Cartagena (center), Deputy Mayor of Comayagua, and Dr. Dolores Ortega (right), Honduran Ministry of Health regional representative, as he explains the different services provided during the Medical Readiness Training Exercise in the Ramon Ortega School located in Las Liconas, Comayagua, July 29, 2015. Each room in the school was divided into different services, to include a room for women’s health, a pharmacy, and a dental clinic. (U.S. Army photo by Maria José Pinel)
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Posted: 7/31/2015

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Col. Robert Harman (left), Commander of Joint Task Force-Bravo, and Lt. Col. Fredy Obando (center), Commander of Soto Cano Air Base, greet Manuel Cartagena (right), Deputy Mayor of Comayagua, as he arrives at the Medical Readiness Training Exercise site in the Ramon Ortega School located in Las Liconas, Comayagua, July 29, 2015. Medical Readiness Training Exercises are carried out in coordination with local civil authorities and ministries of health, and allow U.S. service members the opportunity to help local communities while validating their ability to provide services iin expeditionary environments. (U.S. Army photo by Maria José Pinel)
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People from all ages received personalized medical care during a two -day Medical Readiness Training Exercise in the Ramon Ortega School located in Las Liconas, Comayagua, July 29, 2015. Each room in the school was divided into different services, to include a room for women’s health, a pharmacy, and dental care clinic. (U.S. Army photo by Maria José Pinel)
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Sgt. Kyron Brown (center), assists Col. Bruce Bikson (far left), General Dentist from JTF-Bravo’s Medical Element, as they perform a dental extraction during a two -day Medical Readiness Training Exercise in the Ramon Ortega School of Las Liconas, Comayagua, July 29, 2015. During these exercises, the people from nearby communities can receive much -needed free dental care, preventive medical care, vitamins and other medication, as well as wellness checkups. (U.S. Army photo by Maria José Pinel)
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Members from JTF-Bravo’s Medical Element and Honduran Air Force Medical Department worked in coordination with the Honduran Ministry of Health to carry out a two- day Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Las Liconas, Comayagua. These exercises help U.S. service members by validating their ability to respond under different working environments while providing medical services for local communities throughout Central America. (U.S. Army photo by Maria José Pinel)
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Lt. Paige Dudley, a U. S. Navy flight surgeon, checks a two -year -old girl for severe throat pains during a two- day Medical Readiness Training Exercise in the Ramon Ortega School of Las Liconas village in Comayagua, July 29, 2015. Mothers from nearby villages arrived in the Ramon Ortega School seeking much needed free medical and preventive care, as well as received vitamins and antiparasitic medication for their children and themselves. (U.S. Army photo by Maria José Pinel)
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Posted: 7/31/2015

    

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