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U.S. Navy corpsman share capabilities with Philippine counterparts

U.S. Navy Lt. Charles J. Kinard answers questions during the shock trauma knowledge exchange at Naval Station Leovigildo Gantioqui, San Antonio, Zambales, Republic of the Philippines Oct. 8 part of Amphibious Landing Exercise 2014. PHIBLEX 14 is a bilateral training exercise designed to demonstrate the commitment of the United States and Republic of the Philippines to mutual security. The exercise also ensures the readiness of a bilateral force able to rapidly respond to regional humanitarian crises. Kinard is an emergency room nurse with 3rd Medical Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, currently assigned to logistics combat element, 3d Marine Expeditionary Brigade, III Marine Expeditionary Force. (Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. David N. Hersey/Released)



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This work, U.S. Navy corpsman share capabilities with Philippine counterparts [Image 4 of 4], by LCpl David Hersey, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.08.2013

Date Posted:10.20.2013 09:26

Photo ID:1037349

VIRIN:131008-M-SD875-001

Resolution:5476x2993

Size:6.88 MB

Location:NAVAL STATION LEOVIGILDO GANTIOQUI, PH

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