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U.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del RinconU.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del Rincon
U.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del Rincon

LAGUNA DEL RINCON, Honduras - U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Joe P. Maslar of the 183rd Fighter Wing of Springfield, Illinois, discusses medical treatment with an elderly woman during a visit to this rural town. U.S. military medical personnel are in Honduras for the joint training exercise Beyond the Horizon. The event provides medical attention, as well as infrastructure renovation, to rural areas in this Central American country. (Photo by Sgt. Claude W. Flowers, 304th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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Posted: 4/10/2008

U.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del RinconU.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del Rincon
U.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del Rincon

LAGUNA DEL RINCON, Honduras - U.S. Air Force Maj. Lorie Ann Rentz and Staff Sgt. Diego L. Torres discuss medical care with a new mother during a visit to this rural town. U.S. military medical personnel are in Honduras for the joint training exercise Beyond the Horizon. The event provides medical attention, as well as infrastructure renovation, to rural areas in this Central American country. (Photo by Sgt. Claude W. Flowers, 304th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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U.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del RinconU.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del Rincon
U.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del Rincon

LAGUNA DEL RINCON, Honduras - U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Rosalba Garcia from the 155th Medical Group, Nebraska Air National Guard, chats with a Honduran family to ascertain the medical treatment it might require during a daylong visit to this rural town. U.S. military medical personnel are in Honduras for the joint training exercise Beyond the Horizon. The event provides medical attention, as well as infrastructure renovation, to rural areas in this Central American country. (Photo by Sgt. Claude W. Flowers, 304th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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U.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del RinconU.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del Rincon
U.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del Rincon

LAGUNA DEL RINCON, Honduras - Lt. Col. Shannon L. Sutherland files down points on the molar teeth of a horse. Veterinarians, like Colonel Sutherland, provide basic medical and dental care to dogs, cats and livestock during daylong visits to this and other remote Honduran villages. U.S. military medical personnel are in Honduras for the joint training exercise Beyond the Horizon. The event provides medical attention, as well as infrastructure renovation, to rural areas in this Central American country. (Photo by Sgt. Claude W. Flowers, 304th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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U.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del RinconU.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del Rincon
U.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del Rincon

LAGUNA DEL RINCON, Honduras - Army Staff Sgt. Robyn Porter of the 478th Civil Affairs Battalion of Miami, Florida and Army Reserve Sgt. Mitzi Porter of the 993rd Medical Detachment (Veterinary Services) of Aurora, Colo. administer medication to a dog during their visit to this rural town. Veterinarians, like the two Porters, provided basic medical and dental care to dogs, cats and livestock during daylong visits to this and other remote Honduran villages. U.S. military medical personnel are in Honduras for the joint training exercise Beyond the Horizon. The event provides medical attention, as well as infrastructure renovation, to rural areas in this Central American country. (Photo by Sgt. Claude W. Flowers, 304th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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U.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del RinconU.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del Rincon
U.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del Rincon

LAGUNA DEL RINCON, Honduras - Army Reserve Sgt. Mitzi L. Porter of the 993rd Medical Detachment (Veterinary Services) of Aurora, Colorado, administers de-worming medication to a puppy. Veterinarians, like Sergeant Porter, provide basic medical and dental care to dogs, cats and livestock during daylong visits to this and other remote Honduran villages. U.S. military medical personnel are in Honduras for the joint training exercise Beyond the Horizon. The event provides medical attention, as well as infrastructure renovation, to rural areas in this Central American country. (Photo by Sgt. Claude W. Flowers, 304th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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U.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del RinconU.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del Rincon
U.S. troops provide medical, vetrenary care in Laguna del Rincon

LAGUNA DEL RINCON, Honduras - Lt. Col. Shannon L. Sutherland selects the proper medication to administer to a horse. Veterinarians, like Colonel Sutherland, provide basic medical and dental care to dogs, cats and livestock during daylong visits to this and other remote Honduran villages. U.S. military medical personnel are in Honduras for the joint training exercise Beyond the Horizon. The event provides medical attention, as well as infrastructure renovation, to rural areas in this Central American country. (Photo by Sgt. Claude W. Flowers, 304th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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U.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for SuccessU.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for Success
U.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for Success

LAS MESAS, Honduras - Army National Guard Sgt. James M. McDonough of the 1430th Engineer Company ground-guides a vehicle to work on property surrounding the grade school of this rural village. Soldiers from the 672nd, 756th, and 1430th Engineer Companies are working in Las Mesas during the joint forces training exercise Beyond the Horizon. They will replace the school's doors and windows, repair the roof, and repaint the entire structure, in addition to improving a soccer field on which local children play. Beyond the Horizon provides infrastructure renovation, as well as basic medical and dental care, to areas across this Central American country. (Photo by Sgt. Claude W. Flowers, 304th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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Posted: 4/9/2008

U.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for SuccessU.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for Success
U.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for Success

LAS MESAS, Honduras: U.S. Army Reserve welder Sgt Juan M. Ozuna of the 672nd Engineer Company constructs burglar bars for the grade school of this rural village. Soldiers from the 672nd, 756th, and 1430th Engineer Companies are working in Las Mesas during the joint forces training exercise Beyond the Horizon. They will replace the school's doors and windows, repair the roof, and repaint the entire structure, in addition to improving a soccer field on which local children play. Beyond the Horizon provides infrastructure renovation, as well as basic medical and dental care, to areas across this Central American country. (Photo by Sgt. Claude W. Flowers, 304th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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U.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for SuccessU.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for Success
U.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for Success

LAS MESAS, Honduras: U.S. Army Reserve welder Spc. Bradley McNintch (left) and assistant Pfc. Cody W. Glasser of the 672nd Engineer Company discuss plans to construct burglar bars for the grade school of this rural village. Soldiers from the 672nd, 756th, and 1430th Engineer Companies are working in Las Mesas during the joint forces training exercise Beyond the Horizon. They will replace the school's doors and windows, repair the roof, and repaint the entire structure, in addition to improving a soccer field on which local children play. Beyond the Horizon provides infrastructure renovation, as well as basic medical and dental care, to rural areas of this Central American country. (Photo by Sgt. Claude W. Flowers, 304th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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U.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for SuccessU.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for Success
U.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for Success

LAS MESAS, Honduras - A U.S. Army engineer cuts steel bars from a dilapidated schoolhouse window as part of Beyond the Horizon, an exercise that provides infrastructure renovation, as well as basic medical and dental care, to rural areas of this Central American country. Soldiers from the 672nd, 756th, and 1430th Engineer Companies are working at Las Mesas during the joint forces training exercise Beyond the Horizon. They will replace the school?s doors and windows, repair the roof, and repaint the entire structure, in addition to improving a soccer field on which local children play. (Photo by Sgt. Claude W. Flowers, 304th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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U.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for SuccessU.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for Success
U.S., Honduran Army Engineers Create an Equation for Success

LAS MESAS, Honduras - U.S. Army engineers prepare to remove a dilapidated schoolhouse window as part of Beyond the Horizon, an exercise that provides infrastructure renovation, as well as basic medical and dental care, to rural areas of this Central American country. Soldiers from the 672nd, 756th, and 1430th Engineer Companies are working at Las Mesas during the joint forces training exercise Beyond the Horizon. They will replace the school's doors and windows, repair the roof, and repaint the entire structure, in addition to improving a soccer field on which local children play. (Photo by Sgt. Claude W. Flowers, 304th Public Affairs Detachment.)
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Posted: 4/9/2008

    

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