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Dangers of Unexploded Ordnance


Deh Baha Ali, Afghanistan
December 3, 2002

An Afghan interpreter working with U.S. military personnel, demonstrates the dangers of unexploded ordnance to Afghan children during a Medical Civil Assistance Program ,MEDCAP, held at the village of
An Afghan interpreter working with U.S. military personnel, demonstrates the dangers of unexploded ordnance to Afghan children during a Medical Civil Assistance Program (MEDCAP) held at the village of Deh Baha Ali Dec. 3, 2002. MEDCAP’s are providing free medical and dental care to some of the local villages in Afghanistan. They also provide literature on the dangers of unexploded ordnance and why the U.S. is here in their country.

(U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Steve Faulisi)


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