Helping a country

December 2003
Airman;Dec2003, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p10
Reports on the treatment of an infant's bedsores by Senior Master Sgt. Tommie Tracy of the 101st Expeditionary Rescue Squadron from the Air National Guard's 122nd Medical Group in Fort Wayne, Ind. during a medical and humanitarian assistance mission in Iraq. Number of Iraqi citizens that benefit from the three-member medical team assistance; Conditions of the patients.


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