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Combat medic receive training

Spc. Larre A. Donaldson, a combat medic with the 1086th Transportation Company, reads the instructions on the back of a playaway listening device on Aug. 7, 2012 at Bagram Air Field. Combat medics give the listening device to their patients for relaxation treatment in order to combat stress and anxiety.



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This work, Combat medic receive training [Image 3 of 4], by SGT Gregory Williams, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.07.2012

Date Posted:08.13.2012 08:04

Photo ID:644232

VIRIN:120807-A-#####-002

Resolution:4041x2813

Size:1.56 MB

Location:BAGRAM AIR FIELD, AFGlobe

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