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Soldiers' MEDFLAG mission in Ghana begins with teaching, learning

Soldiers from the 814th Medical Detachment of the North Dakota Army National Guard stand in formation during preparation for day two of the 10-day MEDFLAG 11 exercise at Burma Camp in Accra, Ghana, July 12, 2011. MEDFLAG 11 will strengthen the relationship between the U.S. and Ghana through 10 days of collaborative training and sharing of medical expertise, as well as joint humanitarian civil assistance in local communities.



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This work, Soldiers' MEDFLAG mission in Ghana begins with teaching, learning [Image 3 of 3], by PFC Jessica Raasch, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:07.12.2011

Date Posted:07.14.2011 16:03

Photo ID:427756

VIRIN:110712-A-#####-001

Resolution:432x289

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Location:ACCRA, GHGlobe

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  • Maj. Todd Schaffer, commander of the 814th Medical Company of the North Dakota Army National Guard, talks with a local reporter about MEDFLAG 11 following the opening ceremony at Burma Camp in Accra, Ghana, July 11. The bilateral MEDFLAG 11 exercise will strengthen the relationship between the U.S. and Ghana through 10 days of collaborative training and sharing of medical expertise, as well as joint humanitarian civilian assistance in local communities.
  • Maj. Todd Schaffer, commander of the 814th Medical Company of the North Dakota Army National Guard, talks with a local reporter about MEDFLAG 11 following the opening ceremony at Burma Camp in Accra, Ghana, July 11. The bilateral MEDFLAG 11 exercise will strengthen the relationship between the U.S. and Ghana through 10 days of collaborative training and sharing of medical expertise, as well as joint humanitarian civilian assistance in local communities.
  • Maj. Todd Schaffer, commander of the 814th Medical Company of the North Dakota Army National Guard, talks with a local reporter about MEDFLAG 11 following the opening ceremony at Burma Camp in Accra, Ghana, July 11. The bilateral MEDFLAG 11 exercise will strengthen the relationship between the U.S. and Ghana through 10 days of collaborative training and sharing of medical expertise, as well as joint humanitarian civilian assistance in local communities. (Photo by Spc. Jess Raasch)
  • Ghana citizens wait to be called for medical or dental care from U.S. Army and Ghana Armed Forces soldiers in Doryumu, Ghana, July 19, as part of MEDFLAG 11. Soldiers participating in MEDFLAG 11 went to three locations in Ghana to provide medical care for those who cannot afford care or transportation to local hospitals. MEDFLAG 11 is the latest in a series of exercises involving U.S. military forces and African partner militaries with the aim of establishing and developing military interoperability, regional relationships, synchronization of effort and capacity-building. More than two dozen soldiers with the North Dakota National Guard's 814th Medical Company are taking part in MEDFLAG 11.

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