U.S. Navy Cmdr Discusses En-Route Care for Wounded Warriors Leaving Iraq and Afghanistan

U.S. Navy Cmdr Jeffrey Lowell, Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa medical officer, discusses en-route care for wounded warriors leaving Iraq and Afghanistan during operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom during a medical seminar May 10, 2014, at the Bouffard French Military Hospital (Le Groupement médico-chirurgical Bouffard) in Djibouti.

U.S. Navy Cmdr Jeffrey Lowell, Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa medical officer, discusses en-route care for wounded warriors leaving Iraq and Afghanistan during operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom during a medical seminar May 10, 2014, at the Bouffard French Military Hospital (Le Groupement médico-chirurgical Bouffard) in Djibouti. Lowell is a Navy Reservist and professor of surgery and pediatrics at Washington University School of Medicine.

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