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ABUJA, Nigeria -- In this 2006 file photo, Nigerian Navy Capt. C. S. Ugwuada, Commanding Officer of the Defense Headquarters Medical Center in Abuja, explains to Army Gen. William E. 'Kip' Ward the improved HIV/AIDS testing and treatment capabilities due to a partnership program with the U.S. Department of Defense. The medical center had tested 891 Nigerian servicemen, family members and civilians from local villages. 572 people were identified as HIV+ and 419 were treated. At the time the photograph was taken, Ward was deputy commander of U.S. European Command. Ward is now commander of U.S. Africa Command. (Department of Defense photo)
ABUJA, Nigeria  --  In this 2006 file photo, Nigerian Navy Capt. C. S. Ugwuada, Commanding Officer of the Defense Headquarters Medical Center in Abuja, explains to Army Gen. William E. 'Kip' Ward the improved HIV/AIDS testing and treatment capabilities due to a partnership program with the U.S. Department of Defense. The medical center had tested 891 Nigerian servicemen, family members and civilians from local villages. 572 people were identified as HIV+ and 419 were treated. At the time the photograph was taken, Ward was deputy commander of U.S. European Command. Ward is now commander of U.S. Africa Command. (Department of Defense photo)
ABUJA, Nigeria -- In this 2006 file photo, Nigerian Navy Capt. C. S. Ugwuada, Commanding Officer of the Defense Headquarters Medical Center in Abuja, explains to Army Gen. William E. 'Kip' Ward the improved HIV/AIDS testing and treatment capabilities due to a partnership program with the U.S. Department of Defense. The medical center had tested 891 Nigerian servicemen, family members and civilians from local villages. 572 people were identified as HIV+ and 419 were treated. At the time the photograph was taken, Ward was deputy commander of U.S. European Command. Ward is now commander of U.S. Africa Command. (Department of Defense photo)
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