Team takes medical aid to Sri Lanka

Meyle, Kris
July 2004
Airman;Jul2004, Vol. 48 Issue 7, p8
Reports on the efforts of a team of twenty military medical specialists, consisting of soldiers and sailors and airmen, conducted a week-long humanitarian surgical training mission, resuscitation and victim assistance in Jaffna, Sri Lanka. Provision of medical services for the victims of the war; Use of the same equipment in the field of combat unit; Statement of Army Maj. Donna Moore on doing humanitarian missions.


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