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Tanzania, US come together for animal education

U.S. Army Spc. Shawn England (center), veterinary technician with Combined Joint Task Force – Horn of Africa, observes principle livestock officer Simon Mollel (left) and livestock officer Binti Ally (right) draw blood during a Veterinary Civic Action Program in Tanga, Tanzania, Sept. 20. The local livestock field officers and veterinarians used the VETCAP to trade best practices for proper laboratory techniques with CJTF-HOA veterinary experts. (U.S. Army photo by Major Gregg A. Tooley)



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This work, Tanzania, US come together for animal education [Image 4 of 5], is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.20.2011

Date Posted:10.11.2011 07:24

Photo ID:472001

VIRIN:110920-A-BC123-002

Resolution:800x533

Size:176.23 KB

Location:TENGA, TZ

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