U.S. Army South mission brings light to seeing-impaired
Photo Credit: U.S. Army
Lt. Col. Darrell Carlton (right), an ophthalmologist based out of Womack Army Medical Center in Fort Bragg, N.C., and officer in charge of the U.S. Army South-led medical readiness training exercise eye surgical team in El Salvador, briefs a group of Salvadoran delegates and Col. Daniel S. Berliner (center), Army South command surgeon, on the mission of the MEDRETE at the Santa Gertrudis Hospital in San Vicente Aug. 26. Six U.S. Army doctors traveled to El Salvador for a 10-day cataract surgery mission, restoring sight to 133 Salvadorans ranging in age from 15 to 92 years.
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