Pacific Angel 16-2 medics provide humanitarian aid to Kampot Province

Royal Cambodian Armed Forces medical professionals work as a team alongside U.S. Armed Forces medical professionals to provide care to patients during Pacific Angel 16-2, June 14, 2016, in Kampot Province, Cambodia. The Pacific Angel 16-2 medical team is made up of military health practitioners from the Cambodia Armed Forces, U.S. Armed Forces, Thai Royal Air Force, Australian Royal Air Force and Vietnamese Royal Air Force. Non-governmental organizations such as Project Hope and East Meets West also helped by supplying translators and medics as well. The U.S. military seeks opportunities to strengthen its relationship with other nations’ militaries through activities such as subject-matter expert exchanges, host nation visits, and bilateral engagements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Omari Bernard/released)

PHOTO BY: Senior Airman Omari Bernard
VIRIN: 160614-F-ZC102-028.JPG
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