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MOROTO, Uganda - U.S. Army Colonel Robert Adamson of the 353rd Functional Specialty Team communicates with a local villager about his livestock at Moroto, Uganda, September 1, 2010. Local community animal health workers are being trained through Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa's Veterinarian Civic Action Program, which builds a trained and skilled veterinary force while directly impacting the nation's capability to provide for its own animal population. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christine Clark)
MOROTO, Uganda - U.S. Army Colonel Robert Adamson of the 353rd Functional Specialty Team communicates with a local villager about his livestock at Moroto, Uganda, September 1, 2010. Local community animal health workers are being trained through Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa's Veterinarian Civic Action Program, which builds a trained and skilled veterinary force while directly impacting the nation's capability to provide for its own animal population. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Christine Clark)
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