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Maj. Dr. Godwin Bagashe Bagyenzi, a research scientist and the only military veterinarian in the Uganda People's Defense Force (UPDF), exchanges best practices in animal care and disease control with U.S. Army Maj. Thamus J. Morgan, A veterinarian with the 411th Civil Affairs Battalion, Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa, during class time at the Pope John Paul II Pastoral Center, Luwero, Uganda.  The doctors are part of a 15-day military and civil health partnership program named One Health that recognizes the health of humans, animals and ecosystems, like their nations, are interconnected.  (Photo by Air Force Capt. Jay Ostrich)
Maj. Dr. Godwin Bagashe Bagyenzi, a research scientist and the only military veterinarian in the Uganda People's Defense Force (UPDF), exchanges best practices in animal care and disease control with U.S. Army Maj. Thamus J. Morgan, A veterinarian with the 411th Civil Affairs Battalion, Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa, during class time at the Pope John Paul II Pastoral Center, Luwero, Uganda. The doctors are part of a 15-day military and civil health partnership program named One Health that recognizes the health of humans, animals and ecosystems, like their nations, are interconnected. (Photo by Air Force Capt. Jay Ostrich)
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