JTF Guantanamo veterinarians conduct snake surgery

By Navy Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Joshua NistasMay 18, 2010

Sgt. Ardicio Galvao, Guantanamo Bay Veterinary Treatment Facility, checks on a Cuban Boa snake before inserting a tracking chip, April 13, 2010. The clinic treats the pets of servicemembers and Department of Defense employees assigned to Joint Task Force Guantanamo and U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay.
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. Ardicio Galvao, Guantanamo Bay Veterinary Treatment Facility, checks on a Cuban Boa snake before inserting a tracking chip, April 13, 2010. The clinic treats the pets of servicemembers and Department of Defense employees assigned to Joint Task Force Guantanamo and U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay. (Photo Credit: Navy Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Joshua Nistas) VIEW ORIGINAL
Sgt. Jamie Murphy, Guantanamo Bay Veterinary Treatment Facility, holds a 6-year-old Cuban Boa snake brought into the clinic to have a tracking chip inserted, April 13, 2010. The clinic treats the pets of service members and Department of Defense employees assigned to Joint Task Force Guantanamo and U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay.
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. Jamie Murphy, Guantanamo Bay Veterinary Treatment Facility, holds a 6-year-old Cuban Boa snake brought into the clinic to have a tracking chip inserted, April 13, 2010. The clinic treats the pets of service members and Department of Defense employees assigned to Joint Task Force Guantanamo and U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay. (Photo Credit: Navy Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Joshua Nistas) VIEW ORIGINAL
Sgt. Jamie Murphy, Guantanamo Bay Veterinary Treatment Facility, holds a 6-year-old Cuban Boa snake brought into the clinic to have a tracking chip inserted, April 13, 2010. The clinic treats the pets of service members and Department of Defense employees assigned to Joint Task Force Guantanamo and U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay.
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. Jamie Murphy, Guantanamo Bay Veterinary Treatment Facility, holds a 6-year-old Cuban Boa snake brought into the clinic to have a tracking chip inserted, April 13, 2010. The clinic treats the pets of service members and Department of Defense employees assigned to Joint Task Force Guantanamo and U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay. (Photo Credit: Navy Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Joshua Nistas) VIEW ORIGINAL
Sgt. Ardicio Galvao, Guantanamo Bay Veterinary Treatment Facility, inserts an anesthesia line in a Cuban Boa snake before inserting a tracking chip, April 13, 2010. The clinic treats the pets of service members and Department of Defense employees assigned to Joint Task Force Guantanamo and U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay.
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. Ardicio Galvao, Guantanamo Bay Veterinary Treatment Facility, inserts an anesthesia line in a Cuban Boa snake before inserting a tracking chip, April 13, 2010. The clinic treats the pets of service members and Department of Defense employees assigned to Joint Task Force Guantanamo and U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay. (Photo Credit: Navy Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Joshua Nistas) VIEW ORIGINAL