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Soldiers from Combined Task Force 4-2 assisted the Afghan National Army in hosting a Medical Civil Action Program (MEDCAP) at Combat Outpost (COP) Mushan. Civilians throughout the area were invited to come and seek medical treatment from the medics of the 2nd Brigade, 1st Kandak, 205th Corps, Afghan National Army. Medical Supplies were given to those in attendance.



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This work, Local Afghans Seek Medical Aid from the Afghan National Army, by SGT Stephen Wright, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:03.14.2013

Date Posted:03.17.2013

Category:Newscasts

Audio ID:33211

Length:00:01:14

Filename:1303/DOD_100763931.mp3

Location:PANJWAI DISTRICT, AFGlobe

Hometown:LOS ANGELES, CA, US

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