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FRENCH NAVAL BASE, Djibouti (Nov. 7, 2011) - Coalition forces operate a HAUX Diving Chamber, similar to U.S. models, as part of a training exercise at the French Naval Base, Djibouti on treating decompression illness, November 7. The training included Djiboutian medical personnel, coalition forces and U.S. service members. (U.S. Navy Photo by Captain Walter Greenhalgh)
FRENCH NAVAL BASE, Djibouti (Nov. 7, 2011) - Coalition forces operate a HAUX Diving Chamber, similar to U.S. models, as part of a training exercise at the French Naval Base, Djibouti on treating decompression illness, November 7. The training included Djiboutian medical personnel, coalition forces and U.S. service members. (U.S. Navy Photo by Captain Walter Greenhalgh)
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