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MOTJANE, Swaziland - U.S. Army Captain Julie Bridges, a nurse with the Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine, spends time with children from the Emmanuel Khayalethu Orphanage in Motjane, Swaziland, August 14, 2009. U.S. service members participating in exercise a medical exercise visited and donated 6,200 South African Rand ($800) in food and toys to the orphanage. In partnership with the Umbutfo Swaziland Defence Force, U.S. Army Africa conducted MEDFLAG 09 in Swaziland from August 3-14. Both U.S. and Swazi military personnel conducted training in disaster medical planning and operations, a mass casualty exercise and humanitarian and civic outreach to local communities. (Photo by Staff Sergeant Lesley Waters, U.S. Africa Command)
MOTJANE, Swaziland - U.S. Army Captain Julie Bridges, a nurse with the Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine, spends time with children from the Emmanuel Khayalethu Orphanage in Motjane, Swaziland, August 14, 2009. U.S. service members participating in exercise a medical exercise visited and donated 6,200 South African Rand ($800) in food and toys to the orphanage. In partnership with the Umbutfo Swaziland Defence Force, U.S. Army Africa conducted MEDFLAG 09 in Swaziland from August 3-14. Both U.S. and Swazi military personnel conducted training in disaster medical planning and operations, a mass casualty exercise and humanitarian and civic outreach to local communities. (Photo by Staff Sergeant Lesley Waters, U.S. Africa Command)
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