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DUGA MAFORONI, Tanzania (Jan. 10, 2012) - Obasi Kombo (center) and Ester Maiga (right), Duga Maforoni Dispensary nurses, and U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander Natalie Tussey, Camp Lemonnier primary care physician and MEDCAP medical care provider, discuss medication during a Medical Civil Action Program at Duga Maforoni, Tanzania, January 10. During the MEDCAP, Tanzanian medical providers, Tanzania People's Defense Force members, local police and U.S. service members partnered to provide health care and preventive medicine education to women and children in the Tanga region. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sergeant Stephen Linch)
DUGA MAFORONI, Tanzania (Jan. 10, 2012) - Obasi Kombo (center) and Ester Maiga (right), Duga Maforoni Dispensary nurses, and U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander Natalie Tussey, Camp Lemonnier primary care physician and MEDCAP medical care provider, discuss medication during a Medical Civil Action Program at Duga Maforoni, Tanzania, January 10. During the MEDCAP, Tanzanian medical providers, Tanzania People's Defense Force members, local police and U.S. service members partnered to provide health care and preventive medicine education to women and children in the Tanga region. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sergeant Stephen Linch)
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The overall purpose of this integration was to enhance security efforts on camp. Before the integration, the two branches had separate areas of security responsibility, which presented a few challenges.

U.S. Air Force Col. Dean Lee, 449th Air Expeditionary Group commander, mentioned lack of communication and coordination between security elements and overlapping zone

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U.S. Navy healthcare providers from Camp Lemonniers' Michaud Expeditionary Medical Facility (EMF) recently teamed up with Djiboutian surgeons to successfully remove a large lymphatic cyst from the neck and shoulder of a local newborn infant. This procedure represents one of many surgeries involving combined U.S. Navy and local medical staffs.

According to U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander Jason Hollensbe, EMF chief surgeon, the girl was born with the cystic lymphatic malformation which

CJTF Chaplain Celebrates Holy Week with Deployed Personnel

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Terrinoni, who is the CJTF HOA deputy director for Religious Affairs, led the service at Camp Kasenyi, Uganda, with Chaplain (U.S. Navy Commander) Stephen Beyer, Camp Lemonnier command chaplain, for staff members, the Ugandan

CJTF-HOA, Camp honor fallen SEAL with unconventional Memorial Day practice

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