First-Year Arta Interservice Military Academy Cadets Run Uphill with an Injured Manikin during a Combat First Aid Exercise

From left, Moktar Ismael and Sougal Hassan, first-year Arta Interservice Military Academy cadets, run uphill with an injured manikin during a combat first aid exercise July 23, 2014, at the AMIA in Djibouti.

From left, Moktar Ismael and Sougal Hassan, first-year Arta Interservice Military Academy cadets, run uphill with an injured manikin during a combat first aid exercise July 23, 2014, at the AMIA in Djibouti. The two attended six days of English discussion and hands-on first aid training taught by U.S. Soldiers and Marines from Bravo Company, 407th Civil Affairs Battalion and the 2/16th Infantry Battalion that compliments the English instruction and medical training they receive at AMIA. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Dillon White)

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