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MEDFLAG 11 comes to a close at Burma camp

Soldiers from the Ghana Armed Forces demonstrate their new and reviewed combat medic procedures during a simulation exercise at the closing ceremony of MEDFLAG 11 at Burma Camp in Accra, Ghana, July 21. A key program in the United States’ efforts to partner with the government of Ghana, 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.



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This work, MEDFLAG 11 comes to a close at Burma camp [Image 4 of 4], by PFC Jessica Raasch, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:07.21.2011

Date Posted:07.23.2011 17:26

Photo ID:432378

VIRIN:110721-A-#####-001

Resolution:778x1162

Size:145.53 KB

Location:ACCRA, GHGlobe

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