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Medical training

Sgt. 1st Class Eric Perry (left), JTF Sapper Operations NCO, places a pressure dressing on Spc. Justin Clayton, a signal support specialist, during a medical training refresher course at New Kabul Compound, Jan. 30. The unit recently went over training on basic skills after reaching their halfway mark in their nine month deployment to Afghanistan, to ensure Soldiers were staying vigilant and prepared. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Bryan Pruitt, JTF Sapper)



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Date Taken:01.30.2014

Date Posted:02.10.2014 11:29

Photo ID:1164745

VIRIN:140130-A-ZZ999-011

Resolution:4320x3240

Size:3.91 MB

Location:KABUL, AFGlobe

Hometown:SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, HI, US

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