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In this Saturday, Aug. 7, 2010 photo, U.S Air Force Mentor-CRNA Maj. David Johnson, center, of the Medical Training Advisory Group, or MTAG, helps manage dozens of Afghan army cadets he convinced to participate in a blood drive, at Kandahar Regional Military Hospital, KRMH, inside Camp Hero, Kandahar province, southern Afghanistan. The MTAG team, comprised of 12 U.S. Air Force medical professionals, is assigned to the Afghan military hospital, and are tasked with providing transitional guidance to local medical workers, who treat Afghan soldiers, civilians, and occasionally insurgents. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)
Photo by: Brennan Linsley
In this Saturday, Aug. 7, 2010 photo, U.S Air Force Mentor-CRNA Maj. David Johnson, center, of the Medical Training Advisory Group, or MTAG, helps manage dozens of Afghan army cadets he convinced to participate in a blood drive, at Kandahar Regional Military Hospital, KRMH, inside Camp Hero, Kandahar province, southern Afghanistan. The MTAG team, comprised of 12 U.S. Air Force medical professionals, is assigned to the Afghan military hospital, and are tasked with providing transitional guidance to local medical workers, who treat Afghan soldiers, civilians, and occasionally insurgents. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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