PAMBALA 2017: Ohio works with State Partner Serbia, Angola during historic trilateral medical exercise
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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