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CHEBELLEY, Djibouti (Oct. 6, 2012) - U.S Army Spc. Adam Linden, Djibouti Joint Civil Affairs Team medic, speaks to a family about their health concerns during the Medical Civic Action Program clinic in Chebelley, Djibouti, on Oct. 6, 2012. The JCATs and 448th Civil Affairs Battalion Functional Specialty Team worked alongside Djibouti Ministry of Health personnel to provide medical and dental care to local villagers and to share best practices during the event. Linden is deployed from Los Gatos, Calif. and is originally from Fort Lewis, Wash.  (U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Gary Ward)
CHEBELLEY, Djibouti (Oct. 6, 2012) - U.S Army Spc. Adam Linden, Djibouti Joint Civil Affairs Team medic, speaks to a family about their health concerns during the Medical Civic Action Program clinic in Chebelley, Djibouti, on Oct. 6, 2012. The JCATs and 448th Civil Affairs Battalion Functional Specialty Team worked alongside Djibouti Ministry of Health personnel to provide medical and dental care to local villagers and to share best practices during the event. Linden is deployed from Los Gatos, Calif. and is originally from Fort Lewis, Wash. (U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Gary Ward)
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