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El Salvador OIF training

Tech. Sgt. James Luna, a medical instructor, observes as members of the El Salvadorian military offload a wounded soldier from the back of a five-ton truck. During the week-long military-to-military training mission, medical students were taught Combat Life Saver skills in preperation for their deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Shaun Emery.

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