U.S. Army Maj, Right, Sits and Listens to Presentation During Djibouti Medical Symposium

U.S. Army Maj. Thomas Webster, right, sits and listens to a presentation during the 2014 Djibouti Medical Symposium at the University of Djibouti, March 9, 2014.
U.S. Army Maj. Thomas Webster, right, sits and listens to a presentation during the 2014 Djibouti Medical Symposium at the University of Djibouti, March 9, 2014. Webster represented Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA), and was joined by health experts from various Djiboutian organizations and coalition partners to discuss best practices and ways to overcome health challenges in Djibouti. Webster is with the 443rd Civil Affairs Battalion functional specialty team.
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