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Military Medicine professionals from 45 Pacific nations are in Bangkok this week taking part in the 22nd Asia Pacific Military Medicine Conference. Sgt. 1st Class Kevin Bell reports. Soundbites from Col. Wawana Tanapata, Rear Adm. Robyn Walker, Lt. Col. Gideon Kendino and Col. Ralph Erickson. Also available in high definition

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This work, Pacific Armies Strengthen Ties During Medical Conference in Bangkok, by SFC Kevin Bell, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.1.2012

Date Posted:05.1.2012 9:04AM


Video ID:142824




Location:BANGKOK, PH

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