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The field hospital in the village of Vale do Paraiso is in full swing during the PAMBALA 2017 medical exercise Dec. 12, 2017, in Bengo Province, Angola. The focus of the trilateral medical engagement, between the Ohio National Guard, Angolan Armed Forces and Serbian Armed Forces, is a four-day clinical operations mission offering services like preventative medicine, pediatrics, family practice, dermatology, optometry, dentistry, and obstetrics and gynecology. (Ohio National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Wendy Kuhn)
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Members of the Ohio National Guard play soccer with children in the village of Vale do Paraiso during the PAMBALA 2017 medical exercise Dec. 12, 2017, in Bengo Province, Angola. PAMBALA is the first-ever trilateral combined medical engagement to take place in the Republic of Angola, and consist of a four-day clinical operations mission focusing on services like preventative medicine, pediatrics, family practice, dermatology, optometry, dentistry, and obstetrics and gynecology at various field hospitals in the province. The engagement aims to build the foundation for future engagements between the U.S. and Angola, and enhance the 11-year partnership the Ohio National Guard has with the Republic of Serbia through the National Guard State Partnership Program. (Ohio National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Wendy Kuhn)
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Members of the Ohio National Guard play soccer with children in the village of Vale do Paraiso during the PAMBALA 2017 medical exercise Dec. 12, 2017, in Bengo Province, Angola. The purpose of the engagement for the Ohio National Guard is to give personnel the opportunity to share best practices, strengthen medical treatment processes, establish new relationships with members of the Angolan Armed Forces and to nurture their existing 11-year partnership with Serbia, through the National Guard State Partnership Program. (Ohio National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Wendy Kuhn)
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Tech. Sgt. William McConaha (right), an Ohio Air National Guard ophthalmology technician, reviews paperwork alongside a member of the Angolan Armed Forces in the ophthalmology clinic in the village of Vale do Paraiso during the PAMBALA 2017 medical exercise Dec. 12, 2017, in Bengo Province, Angola. The purpose of the engagement for the Ohio National Guard is to give personnel the opportunity to share best practices, strengthen medical treatment processes, establish new relationships with members of the Angolan Armed Forces and to nurture their existing 11-year partnership with Serbia, through the National Guard State Partnership Program. (Ohio National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Wendy Kuhn)
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Members of the Ohio National Guard walk through the village of Vale do Paraiso to assess potential environmental issues that could impact the health of the residents there during the PAMBALA 2017 exercise in Dec. 12, 2017, in Bengo Province, Angola. During PAMBALA, the first-ever trilateral combined medical engagement to take place in the Republic of Angola, members of the Ohio National Guard, Angolan Armed Forces and Serbian Armed Forces conducted joint training focused on disease containment, risk mitigation, treatment of tropical diseases and hemorrhagic fever. (Ohio National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Wendy Kuhn)
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Lt. Col. Alexandar Spasic (center), urologist with the Serbian Armed Forces, consults with a member of the Angolan Armed Forces in one of the clinics in the village of Vale do Paraiso during the PAMBALA 2017 medical exercise Dec. 11, 2017, in Bengo, Angola, Dec. 11, 2017. PAMBALA is the first-ever trilateral combined medical engagement to take place in the Republic of Angola, highlighted by a four-day clinical operations mission focusing on services like preventative medicine, pediatrics, family practice, dermatology, optometry, dentistry, and obstetrics and gynecology at various field hospitals in the province. The historic engagement aims to build the foundation for future engagements between the U.S. and Angola, as well as enhance the 11-year partnership the Ohio National Guard maintains with Serbia, through the National Guard State Partnership Program. (Ohio National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Wendy Kuhn)
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Col. Marlene Fonseca (right) of the Angolan Armed Forces and chief of staff for the PAMBALA 2017 medical exercise, speaks with a patient in the dental clinic in the village of Vale do Paraiso Dec. 11, 2017, in Bengo, Angola. PAMBALA is the first-ever trilateral combined medical engagement to take place in the Republic of Angola, highlighted by a four-day clinical operations mission focusing on services like preventative medicine, pediatrics, family practice, dermatology, optometry, dentistry, and obstetrics and gynecology at various field hospitals in the province. The historic engagement aims to build the foundation for future engagements between the U.S. and Angola, as well as enhance the 11-year partnership the Ohio National Guard maintains with Serbia, through the National Guard State Partnership Program. (Ohio National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Wendy Kuhn)
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A child plays in the village of Vale do Paraiso during the PAMBALA 2017 medical exercise Dec. 12, 2017, in Bengo Province, Angola. PAMBALA, the first-ever trilateral combined medical engagement to take place in the Republic of Angola, consists of a four-day clinical operations mission focusing on services like preventative medicine, pediatrics, family practice, dermatology, optometry, dentistry, and obstetrics and gynecology at various field hospitals in the province. The engagement aims to build the foundation for future engagements between the U.S. and the Angola and enhance the 11-year partnership the Ohio National Guard has with Serbia, through the National Guard State Partnership Program. (Ohio National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Wendy Kuhn)
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Patients wait to be seen outside one of the field hospital clinics in the village of Vale do Paraiso during phase 2 of PAMBALA, the first-ever trilateral combined medical engagement to take place in the Republic of Angola, Dec. 11, 2017, in Bengo Province. Phase 2 consists of a four-day clinical operations mission at various field hospitals in the province. The historic engagement aims to build the foundation for future engagements between the U.S. and Angola, as well as enhance the 11-year partnership the Ohio National Guard maintains with Serbia, through the National Guard State Partnership Program. (Ohio National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Wendy Kuhn)
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Maj. Chase Scarborough, an Ohio Army National Guard dermatologist participating in the PAMBALA medical exercise, entertains children outside one of the field hospital clinics in the village of Vale do Paraiso during phase 2 of the exercise Dec. 11, 2017, in Bengo Province, Angola. PAMBALA is the first-ever trilateral combined medical engagement to take place in the Republic of Angola, highlighted by a four-day clinical operations mission focusing on services like preventative medicine, pediatrics, family practice, dermatology, optometry, dentistry, and obstetrics and gynecology at various field hospitals in the province. The historic engagement aims to build the foundation for future engagements between the U.S. and Angola, as well as enhance the 11-year partnership the Ohio National Guard maintains with Serbia, through the National Guard State Partnership Program. (Ohio National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Wendy Kuhn)
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Maj. Adam Bihl (left), an Ohio Air National Guard physician participating in the PAMBALA 2017 medical exercise, consults with his Angolan counterpart in the pediatrics clinic about patients in the village of Vale do Paraiso Dec. 11, 2017, in Bengo, Angola. PAMBALA is the first-ever trilateral combined medical engagement to take place in the Republic of Angola, highlighted by a four-day clinical operations mission focusing on services like preventative medicine, pediatrics, family practice, dermatology, optometry, dentistry, and obstetrics and gynecology at various field hospitals in the province. The historic engagement aims to build the foundation for future engagements between the U.S. and Angola, as well as enhance the 11-year partnership the Ohio National Guard maintains with Serbia, through the National Guard State Partnership Program. (Ohio National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Wendy Kuhn)
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Sgt. Zachary Smith, an Ohio Army National Guard medic participating in PAMBALA 2017, interacts with the local children in the village of Vale do Paraiso Dec. 9, 2017, in Bengo, Angola. PAMBALA, the first-ever trilateral combined medical engagement to take place in the Republic of Angola, is an agreement between the Angolan Armed Forces, Serbian Armed Forces and the Ohio National Guard to share best practices, strengthen medical treatment processes, establish new relationships and nurture established partnerships. (Ohio National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Wendy Kuhn)
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Maj. Gen. Mark E. Bartman, Ohio adjutant general, speaks with members of the Angolan Armed Forces, Serbian Armed Forces and the Ohio National Guard during the PAMBALA 2017 medical exercise Dec. 9, 2017, in Bengo, Angola. PAMBALA, the first-ever trilateral combined medical engagement to take place in the Republic of Angola, is an agreement between the Angolan Armed Forces, Serbian Armed Forces and the Ohio National Guard to share best practices, strengthen medical treatment processes, establish new relationships and nurture established partnerships. (Ohio National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Wendy Kuhn)
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Maj. Gen. Mark E. Bartman, Ohio adjutant general, speaks with members of the Angolan Armed Forces during the PAMBALA 2017 exercise Dec. 9, 2017, in Bengo, Angola. PAMBALA, the first-ever trilateral combined medical engagement to take place in the Republic of Angola, is an agreement between the Angolan Armed Forces, Serbian Armed Forces and the Ohio National Guard to share best practices, strengthen medical treatment processes, establish new relationships and nurture established partnerships. (Ohio National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Wendy Kuhn)
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Maj. Gen. Mark E. Bartman, Ohio adjutant general, talks to the Angolan press in the village of Vale do Paraiso during the PAMBALA medical exercise Dec. 9, 2017, in Bengo, Angola. PAMBALA, the first-ever trilateral combined medical engagement to take place in the Republic of Angola, is an agreement between the Angolan Armed Forces, Serbian Armed Forces and the Ohio National Guard to share best practices, strengthen medical treatment processes, establish new relationships and nurture established partnerships. (Ohio National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Wendy Kuhn)
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Capt. Amanda Harder, the Ohio National Guard officer in charge and U.S. medical planner for PAMBALA 2017, talks to the Angolan press in the village of Vale do Paraiso during the kick off of phase two of the exercise Dec. 9, 2017, in Bengo, Angola. During PAMBALA 2017, Airmen and Soldiers of the Ohio National Guard are working alongside members from the Angolan and Serbian Armed Forces focusing on medical areas such as preventative medicine, pediatrics, family practice, dermatology, optometry, dentistry, and obstetrics and gynecology. This engagement is the first-of-its-kind to take place in the Republic of Angola and is part of a trilateral agreement between Angola, Serbia and the United States. (Ohio National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Wendy Kuhn)
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