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Afghani children from the village of Aroki, Province of Kapisa, in Afghanistan, wait to be seen by US military medics from the 48th Combat Support Hospital, who are conducting a Medical Civilian Action Program (MEDCAP), in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

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Afghani children from the village of Aroki, Province of Kapisa, in Afghanistan, wait to be seen by US military medics from the 48th Combat Support Hospital, who are conducting a Medical Civilian Action Program (MEDCAP), in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM

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Subject Operation/Series: ENDURING FREEDOM

Base: Bagram Air Base

State: Parwan

Country: Afghanistan (AFG)

Scene Camera Operator: SSGT Cherie A. Thurlby, USAF

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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21/01/2003
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