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Dominican children participate in a preventive medicine

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Dominican children participate in a preventive medicine class, during a Medical Readiness Training Exercise in Batey 5, Dominican Republic on May 20, 2014 as part of Beyond the Horizon. Humanitarian civic assistance Beyond the Horizon, Task Force Larimar is a joint military exercise in which U.S. military and partnering nations provide medical, dental, and engineering support to the Dominican Republic. (U.S. Army photo by James Turner/Released)

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20/05/2014
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