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Local community member’s form a line outside of a Pacific Angel 2017 health services site in Northern Cebu Province, Bogo City, Philippines, June 26, 2017. PACANGEL is a multilateral humanitarian assistance civil military engagement, which improves military-to-military partnerships in the Pacific while also providing medical health outreach, civic engineering projects and subject matter exchanges among partner forces.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Jeff Andrejcik) Pacific Angel: U.S., Philippines partnership continues to thrive
This week the Pacific Angel 2017 team arrived in Northern Cebu Province, Philippines, where they will live and work in the community over the next 2 weeks.
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U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia, William Heidt, poses for a photo with members of Pacific Angel Team at Wat Steung Primary School after the closing ceremony of Pacific Angel 16-2 June 20, 2016, in Kampot Province, Cambodia. Pacific Angel 16-2 is a humanitarian assistance/civil military operation mission designed to foster relations and partnerships between the U.S., Cambodia and several other partner nations through subject matter expert exchanges, medical aid and civil engineering projects. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Omari Bernard/Released) Pacific Angel 16-2 concludes with closing ceremony
Pacific Angel 16-2 to Kampot Province, Cambodia, came to an official end June 20 during a closing ceremony at Wat Seung Primary School, one of the sites renovated by multinational civil engineers during the humanitarian mission.
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2016
Royal Cambodian Armed Forces Sgt. Ngin Samnang, Royal Cambodian Army engineer,  works alongside Royal Australian Air Force Lead Aircraftsman Anthonly Holmes, 65th Squadron engineer; Townsville, Australia,  to paint the shudders of a health center during Pacific Angel 16-2 June 15, 2016, in Kampot Province, Cambodia. Pacific Angel is a humanitarian assistance/civil military operation mission that builds partner capacity through medical/health outreach, engineering civic projects and subject matter exchanges. The U.S. military is always seeking opportunities to strengthen its relationship with other nations’ militaries through activities and engagements such as Pacific Angel. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Omari Bernard/Released) Pacific Angel Engineers build partnerships in Cambodia
Civil Engineers from the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces, Royal Australian Air Force and the U.S. Armed Forces worked together to repair schools and health centers in Kampot Province, Cambodia, during Pacific Angel 16-2, a multilateral humanitarian assistance/civil military mission.
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2016
People from surrounding villages in Kampot Province wait patiently outside of a medical site to be seen during Pacific Angel 16-2, June 15, 2016, in Kampot Province, Cambodia. During Pacific Angel 16-2 the multilateral Pacific Angel medical team of providers saw more 1,500 patients within the first three days of the humanitarian mission. Pacific Angel ensures that the region’s militaries are prepared to work together to address humanitarian crises in case of natural disasters. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Omari Bernard/released) PACANGEL 16-2 medics work together to bring medical care to Kampot
A hospital is a place of healing and recovery. It is a sanctuary where medical treatment can be found and provided for the sick or injured. Thanks to Pacific Angel 16-2, the quality care found within a hospital is now being given to the people of Kampot Province, Cambodia.
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Phon Pagna, a dental administrator for East Meets West non-governmental organization examines a young Cambodian girl from Angchhum Trapeang Chhouk School in Kampot Province, Cambodia, June 15, 2016, as part of a dental hygiene outreach event during Pacific Angel 16-2. Approximately 187 children from the school attended the event and received oral hygiene education and fluoride treatments. The oral hygiene education day was planned by East Meets West NGO in partnership with the Kampot Provincial Health Clinic, but executed by both U.S., Australian and Cambodian dentists and volunteers, further building on the relationships formed throughout the Pacific Angel 16-2 mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Susan Harrington/Released) Schoolchildren take field trip to visit PACANGEL dentists
Approximately 187 children from Angchhum Trapeang Chhouk School in Kampot Province, Cambodia, took a morning fiel dtrip June 15 to Pacific Angel 16-2’s health services outreach location in order to receive oral hygiene education and fluoride treatments.
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2016
New Zealand Defense Force Maj. Phil Worthington, northern region dental commander, extracts a tooth with the help of U.S. Air Force and Timorese service members during an Operation Pacific Angel 15-2 health services outreach event Sept. 7, 2015, in Baucau, Timor-Leste. Pacific Angel is a multilateral humanitarian assistance civil military operation, which improves military-to-military partnerships in the Pacific while also providing medical health outreach, civic engineering projects and subject matter exchanges among partner forces. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Alexander W. Riedel/Released) Pacific Angel 15-2 underway in Timor-Leste
Members of the U.S. Air Force and Navy, Falintil-Forças de Defesa de Timor-Leste (F-FDTL), and New Zealand army began humanitarian assistance operations as part of Pacific Angel 15-2 Sept. 7.   During the joint humanitarian and civic-military exercise, the PACANGEL team — made up of military doctors, dentists, carpenters, plumbers and planners —
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2015
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