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    181129-N-AW702-013

    181129-N-AW702-013

    KINGS BAY, GA, UNITED STATES

    04.24.2019

    Photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Jacob Sippel 

    Naval Hospital Jacksonville

    KINGS BAY, GA. (November 29, 2018) – Cmdr. John Hoyos, a dentist at Naval Branch Health Clinic Kings Bay, conducts an annual exam on Culinary Specialist 3rd Class Wesley Rogers. Hoyos, a native of Queens, New York, says, “I have the privilege to work with and treat the most deserving members of our society, our men and women in uniform. Without our dental services, our fighting forces wouldn’t be able to take on the challenge of supporting and defending our great nation. I’m proud to play a significant role in ensuring our service members are always at the ready, to heed our nation’s call.” Since Aug. 22, 1912, from World War I to Afghanistan, the Dental Corps has been vital to ensuring the operational readiness of all who deploy. Dental Corps personnel serve with Marine Expeditionary Units and aboard ships, assuming roles in triage and surgical support at Marine Battalion aid stations and battle dressing stations. (U.S. Navy photo by Jacob Sippel, Naval Hospital Jacksonville/Released).

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    Date Taken: 04.24.2019
    Date Posted: 08.09.2019 09:54
    Photo ID: 5655337
    VIRIN: 181129-N-AW702-013
    Resolution: 3264x4928
    Size: 2.11 MB
    Location: KINGS BAY, GA, US 
    Hometown: QUEENS, NY, US

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