Tuesday, September 27, 2005

September MEDCAP

Earlier in September we conducted our first airlift MEDCAP to a remote village. To my knowledge, it's the most remote MEDCAP ever conducted by a task force based at Camp Bondsteel. The village was so small, there were no facilities to use so we brought our own shelters and furniture. It was another success in working with local professionals and providing care to those who most need it.

KFOR And TMK Helped Inhabitants Of Mountainous Village Çelik
16 Sep (Bota Sot) - On the framework of the joint activities and engagements of American KFOR, Tornado Battalion that is responsible for the security in Viti, and the 363rd TMK Brigade in Viti, in Village Çelik, in the zone of Karadak Mountains, the doctors of the American KFOR and the doctors of 40th medical battalion of TMK visited the inhabitants of this village and provided them with free medical care.

This medical visit that included general checkups of different medical nature has been made by two KFOR doctors, three doctors of the 40th TMK medical battalion, one doctor of health clinic in Viti, two doctors of the health care system in Zhegra and two pharmacists from the TMK, said for "Bota Sot", Colonel Mathew Raney.


At 9/30/2005 3:32 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great Job! Proud of you son and all your fellow soldiers...Dad and Mom

At 11/05/2005 12:06 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, are you still at Bondsteel? ... if so, I have a favor to ask ...

At 11/06/2005 10:07 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, still here. What's the favor?

At 11/10/2005 8:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey there, I never knew I had any visitors to my blog!! thanks for stopping by. Im with Tornado. We are some serious idiots over here for sure ! Getting short arent we ?
Ill check out your pics. Later.

SGT Bender

At 11/16/2005 3:26 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for keeping us all up to date. Sure can't wait to see you back home in the states again.
"Former" SP4 Brady

At 12/30/2005 2:27 AM, Blogger BJ said...

ohhh you'd be surprise how many earthlings scroll through the various blog posts around the google earth!!!

we see you, we hear you, we care so much about you , and you are always.. ALWAYS in your thoughts.. even though we don't know you!

Be safe..

At 1/10/2006 8:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Jim, just a note to say I've enjoyed reading your weblog and learning of your adventures. I look for Patricia around COR from time to time but haven't spotted her yet. You and the others remain in our prayers. Take care, Beverly V.


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