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WAILEVU, Fiji (June 13, 2015) Construction Electrician


WAILEVU, Fiji (June 13, 2015) Construction Electrician



WAILEVU, Fiji (June 13, 2015) Construction Electrician 3rd Class Robert Lee (right), from Bellevue, Wash., works with Sgt. Yama Isamu (left), and Sgt. First Class Wakimoto Daisuke, from the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force, to install electrical wiring at the Wailevu Primary School as part of a engineering action civil project during Pacific Partnership 2015. The hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) is currently in Savusavu, Fiji for its first mission port of PP15. Pacific Partnership is in its tenth iteration and is the largest annual multilateral humanitarian assistance and disaster relief preparedness mission conducted in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. While training for crisis conditions, Pacific Partnership missions to date have provided real world medical care to approximately 270,000 patients and veterinary services to more than 38,000 animals. Critical infrastructure development has been supported in host nations during more than 180 engineering projects. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class William McCann/RELEASED)





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