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US Navy (USN) Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class (HM2) Raul Bongulto (left) and USN HM2 Laura Johnson, observe as USN Hospital Apprentice (HA) Michael Jacoby, treats USN Hospitalman 3rd Class (HN3) Jessie Alegado, for a simulated leg injury during a 3rd Medical Battalion, Nuclear, Biological, Chemical (NBC) mass casualty field training exercise, held at the Central Training Area, Okinawa, Japan

US Navy (USN) Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class (HM2) Raul Bongulto (left) and USN HM2 Laura Johnson, observe as USN Hospital Apprentice (HA) Michael Jacoby, treats USN Hospitalman 3rd Class (HN3) Jessie Alegado, for a simulated leg injury during a 3rd Medical Battalion, Nuclear, Biological, Chemical (NBC) mass casualty field training exercise, held at the Central Training Area, Okinawa, Japan

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The original finding aid described this photograph as:

Base: Central Training Area

State: Okinawa

Country: Japan (JPN)

Scene Major Command Shown: 3D Medical Battalion

Scene Camera Operator: LCPL Craig M Williamson, USMC

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files
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28/04/2003
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