Olancho, Honduras - Dr. Amir Gamliel, Environmental Program Manager with the U.S. Southern Command and Honduran Army Lt. Marvin Ramirez, 115th Infantry Brigade, conduct a site assessment at Dos Quebradas, department of Olancho, Honduras, Aug 25 during a subject matter expert exchange to learn how to identify cultural heritage sites. Service members with Joint Task Force-Bravo, representatives from Blue Shield International, the Virginia Museum of Natural History, the Honduran Institute of Anthropology (HIA) and Honduran military forces conducted site assessments and academics Aug. 23-26, to learn how to identify cultural heritage sites in the department of Olancho as well as the use of basic tools needed for the field. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)


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