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Expeditionary medical support equipment arrives, unloaded in West Africa
Expeditionary medical support equipment, known as EMEDS, is unloaded for use in containing an Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa. Supporting Operation United Assistance, EMEDS is a 25-bed hospital for health workers. USAID is the lead U.S. Government organization for Operation United Assistance.
Expeditionary medical support equipment, known as EMEDS, is unloaded for use in containing an Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa. Supporting Operation United Assistance, EMEDS is a 25-bed hospital for health workers. USAID is the lead U.S. Government organization for Operation United Assistance.  U.S. Africa Command, through U.S. Army Africa is supporting the effort by providing command and control, logistics, training and engineering assets to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in West African nations. (U.S. Army Africa photos/RELEASED)
3 photos: Expeditionary medical support equipment unloaded
Photo 1 of 3: Expeditionary medical support equipment, known as EMEDS, is unloaded for use in containing an Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa. Supporting Operation United Assistance, EMEDS is a 25-bed hospital for health workers. USAID is the lead U.S. Government organization for Operation United Assistance. U.S. Africa Command, through U.S. Army Africa is supporting the effort by providing command and control, logistics, training and engineering assets to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in West African nations. (U.S. Army Africa photos/RELEASED) Download full-resolution version
Expeditionary medical support equipment, known as EMEDS, is unloaded for use in containing an Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa. Supporting Operation United Assistance, EMEDS is a 25-bed hospital for health workers. USAID is the lead U.S. Government organization for Operation United Assistance.  U.S. Africa Command, through U.S. Army Africa is supporting the effort by providing command and control, logistics, training and engineering assets to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in West African nations. (U.S. Army Africa photos/RELEASED)
3 photos: EMEDS Equipment unloaded in West Africa
Photo 2 of 3: Expeditionary medical support equipment, known as EMEDS, is unloaded for use in containing an Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa. Supporting Operation United Assistance, EMEDS is a 25-bed hospital for health workers. USAID is the lead U.S. Government organization for Operation United Assistance. U.S. Africa Command, through U.S. Army Africa is supporting the effort by providing command and control, logistics, training and engineering assets to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in West African nations. (U.S. Army Africa photos/RELEASED) Download full-resolution version
Expeditionary medical support equipment, known as EMEDS, is unloaded for use in containing an Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa. Supporting Operation United Assistance, EMEDS is a 25-bed hospital for health workers. USAID is the lead U.S. Government organization for Operation United Assistance.  U.S. Africa Command, through U.S. Army Africa is supporting the effort by providing command and control, logistics, training and engineering assets to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in West African nations. (U.S. Army Africa photos/RELEASED)
3 photos: Expeditionary medical support equipment arrives, unloaded in West Africa
Photo 3 of 3: Expeditionary medical support equipment, known as EMEDS, is unloaded for use in containing an Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa. Supporting Operation United Assistance, EMEDS is a 25-bed hospital for health workers. USAID is the lead U.S. Government organization for Operation United Assistance. U.S. Africa Command, through U.S. Army Africa is supporting the effort by providing command and control, logistics, training and engineering assets to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in West African nations. (U.S. Army Africa photos/RELEASED) Download full-resolution version
Expeditionary medical support equipment, known as EMEDS, is unloaded for use in containing an Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa. Supporting Operation United Assistance, EMEDS is a 25-bed hospital for health workers. USAID is the lead U.S. Government organization for Operation United Assistance.  U.S. Africa Command, through U.S. Army Africa is supporting the effort by providing command and control, logistics, training and engineering assets to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in West African nations. (U.S. Army Africa photos/RELEASED)
Expeditionary medical support equipment, known as EMEDS, is unloaded for use in containing an Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa. Supporting Operation United Assistance, EMEDS is a 25-bed hospital for health workers. USAID is the lead U.S. Government organization for Operation United Assistance.  U.S. Africa Command, through U.S. Army Africa is supporting the effort by providing command and control, logistics, training and engineering assets to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in West African nations. (U.S. Army Africa photos/RELEASED)
Expeditionary medical support equipment, known as EMEDS, is unloaded for use in containing an Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa. Supporting Operation United Assistance, EMEDS is a 25-bed hospital for health workers. USAID is the lead U.S. Government organization for Operation United Assistance.  U.S. Africa Command, through U.S. Army Africa is supporting the effort by providing command and control, logistics, training and engineering assets to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in West African nations. (U.S. Army Africa photos/RELEASED)

Expeditionary medical support equipment, known as EMEDS, is unloaded for use in containing an Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa. Supporting Operation United Assistance, EMEDS is a 25-bed hospital for health workers. USAID is the lead U.S. Government organization for Operation United Assistance.  U.S. Africa Command, through U.S. Army Africa is supporting the effort by providing command and control, logistics, training and engineering assets to contain the Ebola virus outbreak in West African nations.

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