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SAN FERNANDO, El Salvador – Col. Guillermo Escobar, 4th Brigade commander, Salvadoran army; Robert Blav, U.S. Embassy in El Salvador business representative; Col. Roberto Artiga Chicas, 4th Brigade Deputy commander, Salvadoran army; Rodolfo Alvarez, mayor of San Fernando and Lt. Col. Marie Dominguez, Medical Element commander, Joint Task Force-Bravo, participate in a moment of silence in the opening ceremony of a Medical Readiness Training Exercise, or MEDRETE, here Aug. 25. During the two-day MEDRETE here a combined U.S. and Salvadoran team provides free medical care to the members of the village. In the MEDRETE’s first day, the medical team treated 364 Salvadoran patients (U.S. Air Force photo/1st Lt. Jennifer Richard).
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SAN FERNANDO, El Salvador – Col. Guillermo Escobar, 4th Brigade commander, Salvadoran army; Robert Blav, U.S. Embassy in El Salvador business representative; Col. Roberto Artiga Chicas, 4th Brigade Deputy commander, Salvadoran army; Rodolfo Alvarez, mayor of San Fernando and Lt. Col. Marie Dominguez, Medical Element commander, Joint Task Force-Bravo, participate in a moment of silence in the opening ceremony of a Medical Readiness Training Exercise, or MEDRETE, here Aug. 25. During the two-day MEDRETE here a combined U.S. and Salvadoran team provides free medical care to the members of the village. In the MEDRETE’s first day, the medical team treated 364 Salvadoran patients (U.S. Air Force photo/1st Lt. Jennifer Richard).


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