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U.S. Navy Aug 10
The littlest things can make the biggest difference. putting things into a whole new perspective.
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Secretary Pompeo Jul 2
I am thankful for the important humanitarian work of and . proudly supports your mission to bring medical care to those in need, especially those suffering from the crisis in caused by Maduro and his corrupt regime.
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U.S. Dept of Defense Jul 28
departs Callao, Peru 🇵🇪. Comfort is working with health & government partners in Central America, South America, & the Caribbean to provide care on the ship & at land-based medical sites, helping to relieve pressure on national medical systems.
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Kimberly Breier Dec 17
During its mission to Ecuador, Peru, Colombia & Honduras, the treated over 26k patients & completed ~600 surgeries. 90 volunteers, like Mexican dentist Brenda Martinez, embodied the spirit of . “We’re part of a single whole, and we’re all connected.”
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U.S. Navy Jul 2
Way to represent the and help make a difference, shipmate!
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U.S. Navy Jul 23
Did you know that the 's latest deployment is also providing a chance for foreign military personnel to serve side-by-side Sailors? Learn how partner nations are coming together to learn from one another while also making a difference.
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U.S. Navy Jul 22
has officially arrived in Costa Rica! The hospital ship and its crew are ready to interact with the local community and make a difference, just like they did on their last mission stop in Callo, Peru.
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U.S. Dept of Defense Jun 18
celebrates its seventh deployment as part of 's of care & friendship for partner nations in the Americas. During the five-month humanitarian tour, the ship will conduct port calls to multiple nations.
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U.S. Navy Jul 8
has arrived in Callao, , its Navy crew ready to make a difference just as they did for this young boy on their latest mission stop in Ecuador.
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U.S. Navy Jul 7
ICYMI: wrapped up its first mission in , . During a 6-day mission, 320 medical professionals from and 7 partner nations provided care to 7,799 patients performing more than 120 surgeries aboard ship.
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U.S. Navy May 24
Nation stops announced for mission to , , and the to provide medical services to those affected by the humanitarian crisis in . -
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Erich Saumeth C Jul 12
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U.S. Navy Jul 25
begins medical services in following opening ceremony. -
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U.S. Navy Jul 19
Making a difference one check up and one port call at a time. Hear firsthand from those on the receiving end of medical care provided by Sailors during the 's latest mission stop in Peru.
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U.S. Navy Dec 19
Welcome home ! The hospital ship pulled into Naval Station Norfolk after completing its deployment to South and Central America in support of initiative. BZ shipmates! —
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U.S. Navy Jun 26
Stay up to date all things as the hospital ship conducts its five-month deployment to Central and South America and the Caribbean in support of humanitarian and partnership-building efforts. -
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Kimberly Breier Dec 18
The returns today after completing its 6th medical mission in the region. We are proud to have worked alongside our partners—Ecuador🇪🇨, Peru🇵🇪, Colombia🇨🇴, & Honduras🇭🇳 —to contribute to the health and well-being of the Americas.
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Brian Kacey Cho Jun 30
's hospital ship began another 5-month humanitarian mission in Central and South America.
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U.S. Southern Command Aug 8
Changing lives in : U.S. military & local officials celebrated 2 newly built community centers in Guyana during . The 3-month humanitarian exercise is training U.S. military engineers & medical professionals as they improve local communities.
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