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DEBAKA DEBOBESA, Ethiopia (Mar. 15, 2012) - U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Melissa McGaughey of Civil Affairs Team 4905 Delivers bed nets to the people of Debaka Debobesa, Ethiopia on 15 March. As part of an effort to quell an expected spike of malaria in the region, Civil Affairs Team 4905 delivered 18,000 packs of insecticide-treated bed nets, rope and nails to Ethiopians in Samaro and Debaka Debobesa. (U.S. Air Force photo by Technical Sergeant James Brock)
DEBAKA DEBOBESA, Ethiopia (Mar. 15, 2012) - U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Melissa McGaughey of Civil Affairs Team 4905 Delivers bed nets to the people of Debaka Debobesa, Ethiopia on 15 March. As part of an effort to quell an expected spike of malaria in the region, Civil Affairs Team 4905 delivered 18,000 packs of insecticide-treated bed nets, rope and nails to Ethiopians in Samaro and Debaka Debobesa. (U.S. Air Force photo by Technical Sergeant James Brock)
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