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Fort Lewis Medical Team assists Philippine Marines

Philippine children practice washing their hands during a medical and dental civic action project, May 25, held at the Parang District Hospital. Water, sanitation and hygiene were the main topics taught during the MEDCAP. U.S. service members assigned to Joint Special Operations Task Force-Philippines worked alongside Armed Forces of the Philippines corpsmen and soldiers, and Sulu Provincial Department of Agriculture and Health medical personnel, aiding more than 240 people in everything from dental work to minor surgery. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Joshua Scott)



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Date Taken:05.25.2010

Date Posted:06.03.2010 01:35

Photo ID:285821

VIRIN:100525-N-#####-213

Resolution:1260x900

Size:302.62 KB

Location:SULU, PH

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