Soldiers form bond with Djiboutian caretakers

Sgt. Sarah DeArcy, a civil affairs team medic with C/Co 411th Civil Affairs Battalion, shows SOS Village D’ Enfants - Tadjoura caretakers how to properly sling an injured arm during a first aid discussion group here on January 3, 2017. Civil affairs team continue to identify human capacity building projects in order to strengthen relationships with host nation partners and local non-governmental organizations. 
(US Army Photo By: Staff Sgt. Gregory Williams C Co/411th Civil Affairs Battalion)
Sgt. Sarah DeArcy, a civil affairs team medic with C/Co 411th Civil Affairs Battalion, shows SOS Village D’ Enfants - Tadjoura caretakers how to properly sling an injured arm during a first aid discussion group here on January 3, 2017. Civil affairs team continue to identify human capacity building projects in order to strengthen relationships with host nation partners and local non-governmental organizations. (US Army Photo By: Staff Sgt. Gregory Williams C Co/411th Civil Affairs Battalion)
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