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Tech. Sgt. Micah Myers (left), a medic with the 151st medical Group of the Utah Air National Guard and Salt Lake City resident, helps a local Moroccan man test out his new prescription glasses during a humanitarian civic action project to provide free medical and dental care to the residents of Taghjijt, Morocco June 17. The American service members assigned to the HCA task force worked hand-in-hand with their Moroccan medical counterparts during the six-day project that in addition to providing care for in more than 9,000 patient encounters, distributed more than 4,000 pairs of prescription glass throughout the Guelmim Province of Morocco.
080617-M-0884D-003.jpg Photo By: Sgt. Rocco DeFilippis

Jun 17, 2008
Taghjijt, Morocco - Tech. Sgt. Micah Myers (left), a medic with the 151st medical Group of the Utah Air National Guard and Salt Lake City resident, helps a local Moroccan man test out his new prescription glasses during a humanitarian civic action project to provide free medical and dental care to the residents of Taghjijt, Morocco June 17. The American service members assigned to the HCA task force worked hand-in-hand with their Moroccan medical counterparts during the six-day project that in addition to providing care for in more than 9,000 patient encounters, distributed more than 4,000 pairs of prescription glass throughout the Guelmim Province of Morocco.


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