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Spc. Jessica Rose-Simpson, a lab technician assigned

Spc. Jessica Rose-Simpson, a lab technician assigned

Spc. Jessica Rose-Simpson, a lab technician assigned to the U.S. Pacific Command Blood Bank Center Okinawa, watches as Petty Officer 3rd Class Danny Nguyen, load blood samples for testing in the processing lab ... More

Lance Cpl. Scott Winger (right), a data systems specialist

Lance Cpl. Scott Winger (right), a data systems specialist

Lance Cpl. Scott Winger (right), a data systems specialist assigned to Marine Corps Base Camp Foster, watches as Seaman Feliciano Paredes (left), a lab technician assigned to U.S. Pacific Command Armed Services... More

Spc. Haynd Palik, a medical logistics specialist assigned

Spc. Haynd Palik, a medical logistics specialist assigned

Spc. Haynd Palik, a medical logistics specialist assigned to the U.S. Pacific Command Armed Services Blood Bank Center Okinawa, confirms a medical supply product stock number with Gibo Yasuhiko, a supply and di... More

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