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Video: Medical readiness training in Belize

U.S. Air Force Capt. Charles Pace, pediatrician from Maxwell AFB, Ala., explains home remedies to a Belizean woman at the Independence Primary School, Belize April 16, 2013. Medical professionals from the U.S. and Canada are providing free medical treatment at multiple medical readiness training exercises throughout Belize as part of an exercise known as New Horizons. The MEDRETES are designed to provide humanitarian assistance and medical care to people in several communities, while helping improve the skills of U.S. and Canadian military medical forces. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech Sgt. Tony Tolley)

U.S. Air Force Capt. Charles Pace, pediatrician from Maxwell AFB, Ala., explains home remedies to a Belizean woman at the Independence Primary School, Belize April 16, 2013. Medical professionals from the U.S. and Canada are providing free medical treatment at multiple medical readiness training exercises throughout Belize as part of an exercise known as New Horizons. The MEDRETES are designed to provide humanitarian assistance and medical care to people in several communities, while helping improve the skills of U.S. and Canadian military medical forces. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech Sgt. Tony Tolley)

BELIZE CITY, Belize -- Medical professionals from the U.S. and Canada are providing medical treatment at multiple medical readiness training exercises throughout Belize as part of an exercise known as New Horizons. The MEDRETES are designed to provide humanitarian assistance and medical care to people in several communities, while helping improve the skills of U.S. military medical forces. To see the video, click here.

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