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DIKHIL, Djibouti (Jan. 8, 2011) Headmasters of schools in Dikhil practice applying a pressure dressing on a simulated wound as U.S. Army Major Cynthia McPherson observes.  Members of U.S. Army 402nd Civil Affairs Functional Specialty Team, Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA) hosted a two-day basic first aid exhibition where attendees were shown how to control bleeding, splint injured limbs, how to treat shock, nose bleeds, burns, and hot and cold weather injuries, January 8.
DIKHIL, Djibouti (Jan. 8, 2011) Headmasters of schools in Dikhil practice applying a pressure dressing on a simulated wound as U.S. Army Major Cynthia McPherson observes. Members of U.S. Army 402nd Civil Affairs Functional Specialty Team, Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA) hosted a two-day basic first aid exhibition where attendees were shown how to control bleeding, splint injured limbs, how to treat shock, nose bleeds, burns, and hot and cold weather injuries, January 8.
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