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Operation Pacific Angel 12-4, Nepal

A Nepali woman listens to infant care advice from a Nepalese Army Doctor two days after her baby was delivered and resuscitated by team Project HOPE and Nepali health care professionals who were supporting Operation Pacific Angel 12-4 at Nau Danda Health Post of Dhikur Pokhari Village Development Committee (VDC) of Kaski District, Nepal on Sept. 14, 2012. U.S. Pacific Command's Operation Pacific Angel 12-4 in Nepal is a Pacific Air Forces planned event that enhances humanitarian assistance and disaster relief capabilities between the United States and Pacific partners. The U.S. was invited by the Nepal government to provide support by conducting medical, optometry, and civil engineering programs. Operations like Pacific Angel build and sustain relationships with our multinational partners, and non-governmental agencies in the Asia-Pacific region. (Courtesy photo)

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