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Copan, Honduras - Samuel Franco (left), representative of Blue Shield International, U.S. Army Capt. William Welsh (left center), 321st Civil Affairs Brigade, Honduran Army Sgt. Julio Vásquez (center right) and U.S. Army Major Hector Cerrato (right), Joint Task Force Bravo Civil Affairs, observe an area in the outskirts of Copan Ruinas, an archeological and world heritage site, to assess impacts and damages caused by natural disaster in Copan, Honduras, March 9, 2022. The exercise was coordinated by JTF-Bravo engineers, under the U.S. Southern Command, with the purpose of assisting regional partners in post-disaster capabilities.


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