Tanzania, US Come Together For Animal Education

TANGA, Tanzania (Sept 20, 2011)- U.S. Army Specialist Shawn England (center), veterinary technician with Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, observes principle livestock officer Simon Mollel(left) and livestock officer Binti Ally(right) draw blood during a Veterinary Civic Action Program in Tanga, Tanzania, September 20. The local livestock field officers and veterinarians used the VETCAP to trade best practices for proper laboratory techniques with CJTF-HOA veterinary experts. (U.S. Army photo by Major Gregg A. Tooley) CJTF-HOA Photo TANGA, Tanzania (Sept 20, 2011)- U.S. Army Specialist Shawn England (center), veterinary technician with Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, observes principle livestock officer Simon Mollel(left) and livestock officer Binti Ally(right) draw blood during a Veterinary Civic Action Program in Tanga, Tanzania, September 20. The local livestock field officers and veterinarians used the VETCAP to trade best practices for proper laboratory techniques with CJTF-HOA veterinary experts. (U.S. Army photo by Major Gregg A. Tooley)
TANGA, Tanzania (Sept 21, 2011) - Ananyise Charles(right) and Paul Alphonce (left), livestock field officers, examine blood samples under microscopes during a Veterinary Civic Action Program in Tanga, Tanzania, September 21. The VETCAP allowed local livestock field officers and veterinarians to share different techniques on laboratory techniques with Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa veterinary experts. (U.S. Army photo by Major Gregg A. Tooley) CJTF-HOA Photo TANGA, Tanzania (Sept 21, 2011) - Ananyise Charles(right) and Paul Alphonce (left), livestock field officers, examine blood samples under microscopes during a Veterinary Civic Action Program in Tanga, Tanzania, September 21. The VETCAP allowed local livestock field officers and veterinarians to share different techniques on laboratory techniques with Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa veterinary experts. (U.S. Army photo by Major Gregg A. Tooley)
TANGA, Tanzania (Sept 21, 2011) - U.S. Army Captain Jill Lynn(right), a veterinary attached to Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, assists Hussein Muya, principle livestock field officer, on proper staining techniques during a Veterinary Civic Action Program in Tanga, Tanzania, September 21. The VETCAP allowed 23 local livestock field officers and veterinarians to share best practices on proper laboratory techniques for collecting and testing of blood, urine and fecal samples to properly diagnose and treat disease in livestock. (U.S. Army photo by Major Gregg A. Tooley) CJTF-HOA Photo TANGA, Tanzania (Sept 21, 2011) - U.S. Army Captain Jill Lynn(right), a veterinary attached to Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, assists Hussein Muya, principle livestock field officer, on proper staining techniques during a Veterinary Civic Action Program in Tanga, Tanzania, September 21. The VETCAP allowed 23 local livestock field officers and veterinarians to share best practices on proper laboratory techniques for collecting and testing of blood, urine and fecal samples to properly diagnose and treat disease in livestock. (U.S. Army photo by Major Gregg A. Tooley)
TANGA, Tanzania (Sept 21, 2011) - Key Amiri, a livestock field officer, prepares a slide during a Veterinary Civic Action Program in Tanga, Tanzania, September 21. The slides were prepared with blood, urine and fecal samples to diagnose and treat livestock that the local livestock field officers and veterinarians care for. (U.S. Army photo by Major Gregg A. Tooley) CJTF-HOA Photo TANGA, Tanzania (Sept 21, 2011) - Key Amiri, a livestock field officer, prepares a slide during a Veterinary Civic Action Program in Tanga, Tanzania, September 21. The slides were prepared with blood, urine and fecal samples to diagnose and treat livestock that the local livestock field officers and veterinarians care for. (U.S. Army photo by Major Gregg A. Tooley)
TANGA, Tanzania (Sept 20, 2011) - Dr. Zodiac Lyimo, district veterinary officer, instructs livestock field officers on the proper technique for drawing blood from cattle during a Veterinary Civic Action Program September 20 in Tanga, Tanzania. The four-day VETCAP fostered using the best preventive medical techniques for 23 local livestock field officers and veterinarians. The training also focused on the proper use of laboratory techniques in the collecting and testing of blood, urine and fecal samples in order to diagnose and treat disease in livestock. (U.S. Army photo by Major Gregg A. Tooley) CJTF-HOA Photo TANGA, Tanzania (Sept 20, 2011) - Dr. Zodiac Lyimo, district veterinary officer, instructs livestock field officers on the proper technique for drawing blood from cattle during a Veterinary Civic Action Program September 20 in Tanga, Tanzania. The four-day VETCAP fostered using the best preventive medical techniques for 23 local livestock field officers and veterinarians. The training also focused on the proper use of laboratory techniques in the collecting and testing of blood, urine and fecal samples in order to diagnose and treat disease in livestock. (U.S. Army photo by Major Gregg A. Tooley)

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