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BUJUMBURA, Burundi - Doctors from the Burundi Armed Forces participate in medical combat training led by Specialist Darien Cox (left), a civil affairs medic from Combined Joint Task Force -  Horn of Africa, and Captain Angela Okroi (right), a physician assistant from U.S. Africa Command's Surgeon Office. The training took place June 3-21, 2009 and covered topics such as combat casualty essential care, evaluation, and evacuation tasks and techniques. The event was part of U.S. Africa Command's Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA) program, a medical first responder mission to train and equip medics in field triage and critical care. (Photo by Moses Abdeddine, U.S. Africa Command)
BUJUMBURA, Burundi - Doctors from the Burundi Armed Forces participate in medical combat training led by Specialist Darien Cox (left), a civil affairs medic from Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, and Captain Angela Okroi (right), a physician assistant from U.S. Africa Command's Surgeon Office. The training took place June 3-21, 2009 and covered topics such as combat casualty essential care, evaluation, and evacuation tasks and techniques. The event was part of U.S. Africa Command's Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA) program, a medical first responder mission to train and equip medics in field triage and critical care. (Photo by Moses Abdeddine, U.S. Africa Command)
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