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BEYA-ADDEY, Djibouti - U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander Sarah Ballard, a flight surgeon and doctor, Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa, gives medication to a sick child during a medical civil affairs project (MEDCAP) in Beya-Addey, Djibouti on November 16, 2008. U.S. doctors, nurses, and medical technicians with the worked with their Djiboutian counterparts to provide healthcare to the villagers during the MEDCAP. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sergeant Samuel Rogers)
BEYA-ADDEY, Djibouti - U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander Sarah Ballard, a flight surgeon and doctor, Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa, gives medication to a sick child during a medical civil affairs project (MEDCAP) in Beya-Addey, Djibouti on November 16, 2008. U.S. doctors, nurses, and medical technicians with the worked with their Djiboutian counterparts to provide healthcare to the villagers during the MEDCAP. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sergeant Samuel Rogers)
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