JTF-Bravo partners with Honduran health officials to ensure safe drinking water for locals
U.S. Army Sgt 1st Class Brian McNeil Joint Task Force-Bravo Medical Element Preventive Medicine Specialist from Columbia, Missouri, reads the pH level measurements of a water sample taken at a new water well in Comayagua, Honduras, June 14, 2016, while U.S. Army Sgt Jason Nisperos, U.S. Army Maj. Jeff Finley, JTF-Bravo MEDEL Preventive Medicine, and Javier Ochoa, Honduras Ministry of Health Environmental Health Technologist, interact with locals. The JTF-B MEDEL provides a full spectrum of health services to JTF-B in order to maintain a healthy and resilient force. MEDEL supports JTF-B objectives by conducting medical engagements in enhancing healthcare capabilities, infrastructures and aid to underserved populations in cooperation with partner nation ministries of health. (U.S. Army photo by 1Lt Jenniffer Rodriguez)

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