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CAMP LEMONIER, Djibouti - Service members from Combined Joint Task Force -  Horn of Africa treat the infected foot of a Djiboutian man during a medical civil action program (MEDCAP) in Djibouti on November 23, 2008.  The medical staff is working with local medical professionals to deliver medical and dental care in the Ali Sabieh and Dikil districts of Djibouti through mid-January, 2009. (Photo courtesy of Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa)
CAMP LEMONIER, Djibouti - Service members from Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa treat the infected foot of a Djiboutian man during a medical civil action program (MEDCAP) in Djibouti on November 23, 2008. The medical staff is working with local medical professionals to deliver medical and dental care in the Ali Sabieh and Dikil districts of Djibouti through mid-January, 2009. (Photo courtesy of Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa)
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