U.S. Army Maj. Rory Wally prepares prescriptions for local community members May 10 during a cooperative health engagement in Tacloban, Philippines. The CHE provided additional medical relief and assistance to an area devastated by Typhoon Yolanda on November 8, 2013 as a part of Exercise Balikatan, an annual bilateral humanitarian civic assistance and training exercise between the Philippines and U.S. that strengthens the bond and interoperability between the two allied nations. More than 390 community members received medical treatment and health classes during the engagement. Wally is the cooperative health engagement officer in charge with 1st Corps.
|Date Posted:||05.14.2014 05:03|
|Location:||TACLOBAN, LEYTE, PH|
|Hometown:||TACLOBAN, LEYTE, PH|
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