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Jim Woodard Jul 16
providing aid in Central and South America. Safe travels to all who are helping those who can’t help themselves.
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U.S. Navy Jul 15
Hear firsthand from the Sailors in Peru helping make a difference during the 's second mission stop. Comfort is deployed to Central America, South America and the Caribbean, helping provide medical care to those in need.
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U.S. Navy 12h
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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DOD Outreach Jul 20
. sailors assigned to the help build & paint a playground for Venezuelan migrant children while the ship is in port for a medical mission in Callao, Peru. The Comfort is on a humanitarian mission to Central and South America & the Caribbean.
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Modema Rose 4h
A Little HELO Action from Costa Rica... Hospital Ship.
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John Bolton Jun 18
We thank the men and women aboard the for their dedication as they deploy today to provide care for the people of Venezuela and our partners throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.
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USNAVSO_4THFLT Jul 17
and the Peruvian ship BAP Tacna (ARL-158) practice maneuvering techniques after departing their medical mission in Callao, .
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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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Gary Alan Henson 10h
Huge thanks from everyone, around the world, for the efforts of the and it's crew! Show us more from this mission, please!
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John Bolton Jun 29
The is in Ecuador supporting our regional partners & providing medical care to Venezuelans who fled the man-made humanitarian crisis caused by Maduro. While Cuba & others send means to repress the region, we seek to help it. Maduro must go.
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U.S. Dept of Defense Jun 17
For more than a decade has brought hope & healing to the people of the Americas. Watch the video below to learn more about how its mission is contributing to U.S. friendship & solidarity with South America, Central America & the Caribbean nations.
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Shawn O'Donnell Jul 5
On Wednesday 7/3/19, hospital ship completed its 1st mission in Manta, . six-day medical mission, 320 medical staff of US Navy and 7 partner nations provided care for 7,799 patients plus more than 120 surgeries aboard ship.
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U.S. Navy Jul 16
photos of the day: continues its mission in South & Central America; & conduct a replenishment-at-sea; Sailors load a Mark 46 torpedo; and a Sailor mans a . ℹ️ info and ⬇️ download:
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U.S. Navy Jul 1
doing what it does best, helping people in need!
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U.S. Navy Jun 13
Tomorrow's the day! deploys to lend a hand to friends and neighbors.
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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 18
photos of the day: sails alongside Peruvian Navy, remains of service members from the Battle of Tarawa are honored, holds a fire drill, and a Sailor signals a helicopter aboard . Info and download:
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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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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 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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