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An Army lab reconnaissance team for Joint Forces Command

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An Army lab reconnaissance team for Joint Forces Command

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An Army lab reconnaissance team for Joint Forces Command – United Assistance, comprised of members of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Soldiers and members of the Armed Forces of Liberia, walk down the flight line at the Roberts International Airport, Monrovia, Liberia, Dec. 4, 2014. The team’s mission for the day was to survey and assess potential sites for a new Army medical laboratory in Greenville, Sinoe County, Liberia. The 1st Area Medical Laboratory, out of Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., is establishing initial infectious disease laboratories in order to support the identification of Ebola and other endemic diseases in an expedient manner. Operation United Assistance is a Department of Defense operation in Liberia to provide logistics, training and engineering support to U.S. Agency for International Development-led efforts to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in western Africa. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Caitlyn Byrne, 27th Public Affairs Detachment/Released)

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03/12/2014
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