OSI agents support diverse medical exercise in the Congo

KINSHASA, Democratic Republic of the Congo -- U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigation Agents Andrew Schofield (left) and Jess Bidlack (right) discuss security issues with their Congolese counterpart at the Kinshasa Airport, May 4, 2011. Special Agents Bidlack and Schofield have been supporting the MEDLITE 11 exercise for the last few months and have seen their work come to fruition during the last two weeks of execution. MEDLITE 11 is a joint medical exercise focused on aeromedical evacuation, to improve the readiness of U.S. Air Force and DRC personnel. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Todd Wivell)

PHOTO BY: Tech. Sgt. Todd Wivell
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