Hospital corpsman shows compassion to Afghans, coalition forces

By SPC Edward Garibay, 16th Mobile Public Affairs DetachmentNovember 18, 2010

Petty Officer 1st Class Billie B. Estes, U.S. Navy hospital corpsman and intensive care ward leading petty officer at NATO Role 3, Multi-national Medical Unit, holds a newly born Afghan child. Estes treats patients from coalition forces and Afghans daily. She has been a licensed nurse practitioner for 26 years and a Navy corpsman for 20. (Courtesy Photo)
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Petty Officer 1st Class Billie B. Estes, U.S. Navy hospital corpsman and intensive care ward leading petty officer at NATO Role 3, Multi-national Medical Unit, holds a newly born Afghan child. Estes treats patients from coalition forces and Afghans daily. She has been a licensed nurse practitioner for 26 years and a Navy corpsman for 20. (Courtesy Photo) (Photo Credit: SPC Edward Garibay, 16th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment) VIEW ORIGINAL