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In the same boat: Taking care of Navy Individual Augmentees

U.S. Navy Lt. Jaclyn E. Fisher a clinical social worker for the Navy Mobile Care Team and a native of Brielle, N.J., discusses using a sleep aid CD with a sailor April 9 at Bagram Air Field. The team has the ability to not only survey but make recommendations for treating sailors suffering from combat stress.



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This work, In the same boat: Taking care of Navy Individual Augmentees [Image 1 of 2], by SGT William Begley, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:04.06.2012

Date Posted:04.11.2012 07:50

Photo ID:557669

VIRIN:120409-A-#####-003

Resolution:1500x849

Size:364.09 KB

Location:BAGRAM AIR FIELD, AFGlobe

Hometown:PUERTA, SIN, MX

Hometown:BRIELLE, NL

Hometown:ABILENE, TX, US

Hometown:BOSTON, MA, US

Hometown:FORT BRAGG, NC, US

Hometown:FORT HOOD, TX, US

Hometown:PEARLAND, TX, US

Hometown:TEMECULA, CA, US

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