Olancho, Honduras - Dr. Michael Delacruz (left) and Mr. William Welsh (right), advisors with Blue Shield International, show a group of Honduran soldiers how to utilize a probe to test soil and identify terrain with potential archeological value during a subject matter expert exchange in the department of Olancho, Honduras, Aug 25. The Blue Shield advisors and Monument Officers with the U.S. Army Reserve Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne) participated in the exercise along with service members with Joint Task Force-Bravo, the Virginia Museum of Natural History, the Honduran Institute of Anthropology (HIA) and Honduran military forces, Aug. 23-26, to learn how to identify cultural heritage sites in the department of Olancho. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Pinel)


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