June 5, 2007
A Special Forces medic prepares a baby for treatment during a medical relief mission in Maruf, Afghanistan, May 8.
Spc. Fred Rawcliffe, a medic from the 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, examines an 11-month-old child in the Sangin Valley of southern Afghanistan, May 8.
A surgeon from the 28th Combat Support Hospital treats a wounded Soldier at Camp Marez in Mosul, Iraq.
A surgeon from the 28th Combat Support Hospital sews up a Soldier's wounds May 16, at Camp Marez in Mosul, Iraq, after the Soldier was hit by shrapnel during an insurgent attack.
1st Lt. Peter Rodriquez, a physician's assistant with the 22nd Civil Support Team, Puerto Rico National Guard, conducts a post-entry exam on Sgt. David Power, of the 53rd Civil Support Team, Indiana National Guard, during a weapons-of-mass-destruction...
An Iraqi doctor administers intravenous medication to a boy while his father holds him at the Alwaiya Children's Hospital in Baghdad's Karadah District. The hospital was completely renovated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Lt. Col. Margret Merino, the surgeon for the 1st Cavalry Division's 2nd Brigade Combat Team, examines an Iraqi patient during a medical operation in central Baghdad, May 26.