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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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