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Kirkuk Airmen train Iraqi medics

Capt. Adam Christopher and Staff Sgt. Andrew Salas teach Iraqi medics how to use a defibrillator Feb. 16, 2010, at Kirkuk Air Base, Iraq. This training is part of the Expert Field Medical Batch four-week course offered to Iraqi medics at the K-1 Iraqi medical clinic in order to provide the experience they will need in real-world situations. Captain Christopher and Sergeant Salas are assigned to the 506th Expeditionary Medical Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Tabitha Kuykendall)

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