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Afghanistan AEF 2012

U.S. Army Maj. Bryan Hux (left), a veterinarian with the 438th Medical Detachment – Veterinarian Services from Fort Carson, Colo., removes the cast for a contractor working dog during an office visit July 27, 2012. The veterinarian clinic at Kandahar Airfield handles everything from routine veterinary care to critical care, taking care of military working dogs for the U.S. military, NATO, contractors and Afghan National Army.



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This work, Afghanistan AEF 2012 [Image 9 of 13], by 2nd Lt. Stephen Hudson, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:07.27.2012

Date Posted:08.09.2012 00:39

Photo ID:641757

VIRIN:120727-F-VN552-020

Resolution:1800x1200

Size:1.6 MB

Location:KANDAHAR AIRFIELD, AFGlobe

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