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Command Surgeon's team hosts course on Global Health Engagement and Medical Stability Operations
More than 40 medical experts from U.S. Africa Command, its subordinate commands and the United States attended a three-day course held in Stuttgart, Germany, to build an awareness of the complex set of variables that shape the development of Department of Defense Global Health Engagement (GHE) and Medical Stability Operations (MSO).
U.S. Air Force Capt. Jason T. Galipeau, medical planner at the AFRICOM Surgeon's Office, briefs about the command support to Operation United Assistance during a three-day Global Health Engagement (GHE) and Medical Stability Operations (MSO) course held in Stuttgart, Germany. April 27-29, 2015.  More than 40 medical experts from U.S. Africa Command, its subordinate commands and the United States attended the course held in Stuttgart, Germany, to build an awareness of the complex set of variables that shape the development of Department of Defense Global Health Engagement (GHE) and Medical Stability Operations (MSO).  and to also help medical practitioners here gain an understanding of the key principles to plan and conduct a GHE/MSO activity. The course was hosted by the AFRICOM command surgeon's office.  (AFRICOM photo by Tech. Sgt. Olufemi A. Owolabi)
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Photo 1 of 2: U.S. Air Force Capt. Jason T. Galipeau, medical planner at the AFRICOM Surgeon's Office, briefs about the command support to Operation United Assistance during a three-day Global Health Engagement (GHE) and Medical Stability Operations (MSO) course held in Stuttgart, Germany. April 27-29, 2015. More than 40 medical experts from U.S. Africa Command, its subordinate commands and the United States attended the course held in Stuttgart, Germany, to build an awareness of the complex set of variables that shape the development of Department of Defense Global Health Engagement (GHE) and Medical Stability Operations (MSO). and to also help medical practitioners here gain an understanding of the key principles to plan and conduct a GHE/MSO activity. The course was hosted by the AFRICOM command surgeon's office. (AFRICOM photo by Tech. Sgt. Olufemi A. Owolabi) Download full-resolution version
U.S. Navy Capt. (Dr.) David Tarantino, course director, Center for Disaster and Humanitarian Assistance Medicine, briefs on Understanding of the strategic, operational, and civil-military considerations during a three-day Global Health Engagement (GHE) and Medical Stability Operations (MSO) course held in Stuttgart, Germany. April 27-29, 2015.  More than 40 medical experts from U.S. Africa Command, its subordinate commands and the United States attended the course held in Stuttgart, Germany, to build an awareness of the complex set of variables that shape the development of Department of Defense Global Health Engagement (GHE) and Medical Stability Operations (MSO).  and to also help medical practitioners here gain an understanding of the key principles to plan and conduct a GHE/MSO activity. The course was hosted by the AFRICOM command surgeon's office.  (AFRICOM photo by Tech. Sgt. Olufemi A. Owolabi)
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Photo 2 of 2: U.S. Navy Capt. (Dr.) David Tarantino, course director, Center for Disaster and Humanitarian Assistance Medicine, briefs on Understanding of the strategic, operational, and civil-military considerations during a three-day Global Health Engagement (GHE) and Medical Stability Operations (MSO) course held in Stuttgart, Germany. April 27-29, 2015. More than 40 medical experts from U.S. Africa Command, its subordinate commands and the United States attended the course held in Stuttgart, Germany, to build an awareness of the complex set of variables that shape the development of Department of Defense Global Health Engagement (GHE) and Medical Stability Operations (MSO). and to also help medical practitioners here gain an understanding of the key principles to plan and conduct a GHE/MSO activity. The course was hosted by the AFRICOM command surgeon's office. (AFRICOM photo by Tech. Sgt. Olufemi A. Owolabi) Download full-resolution version
U.S. Air Force Capt. Jason T. Galipeau, medical planner at the AFRICOM Surgeon's Office, briefs about the command support to Operation United Assistance during a three-day Global Health Engagement (GHE) and Medical Stability Operations (MSO) course held in Stuttgart, Germany. April 27-29, 2015.  More than 40 medical experts from U.S. Africa Command, its subordinate commands and the United States attended the course held in Stuttgart, Germany, to build an awareness of the complex set of variables that shape the development of Department of Defense Global Health Engagement (GHE) and Medical Stability Operations (MSO).  and to also help medical practitioners here gain an understanding of the key principles to plan and conduct a GHE/MSO activity. The course was hosted by the AFRICOM command surgeon's office.  (AFRICOM photo by Tech. Sgt. Olufemi A. Owolabi)
U.S. Navy Capt. (Dr.) David Tarantino, course director, Center for Disaster and Humanitarian Assistance Medicine, briefs on Understanding of the strategic, operational, and civil-military considerations during a three-day Global Health Engagement (GHE) and Medical Stability Operations (MSO) course held in Stuttgart, Germany. April 27-29, 2015.  More than 40 medical experts from U.S. Africa Command, its subordinate commands and the United States attended the course held in Stuttgart, Germany, to build an awareness of the complex set of variables that shape the development of Department of Defense Global Health Engagement (GHE) and Medical Stability Operations (MSO).  and to also help medical practitioners here gain an understanding of the key principles to plan and conduct a GHE/MSO activity. The course was hosted by the AFRICOM command surgeon's office.  (AFRICOM photo by Tech. Sgt. Olufemi A. Owolabi)

More than 40 medical experts from U.S. Africa Command, its subordinate commands and the United States attended a three-day course held in Stuttgart, Germany, to build an awareness of the complex set of variables that shape the development of Department of Defense Global Health Engagement (GHE) and Medical Stability Operations (MSO).  The course was hosted by the command surgeon's office from April 27-29 to also help medical practitioners here gain an understanding of the key principles to plan and conduct a GHE/MSO activity.  (U.S. Africa Command's photo by Tech. Sgt. Olufemi A. Owolabi)

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