Army Reserve nurse delivers baby in rural Uganda
Photo Credit: Maj. Corey Schultz
KITGUM, Uganda - Stella, the head midwife of the Pajimo Clinic in rural Kitgum, Uganda, uses a Pinnard Horn, a wooden listening device, to listen to a baby's heartbeat, October 20, 2009. The expectant mother was rushed into the clinic where Stella and a two Army Reserve Soldiers with the 7225th Medical Support Unit helped her deliver a 5.5 lb. baby boy about 90 minutes later. The medical team was in Kitgum as part of Natural Fire, a multi-national military exercise focusing on humanitarian assistance, disaster response, and regional security.
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