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BK15 multinational team teaches health workers first responder skills

By PUERTO PRINCESA CITY, Philippines | April 22, 2015

Health workers attending exercise Balikatan’s First Responder Training Course prepared to put their patient care skills to the test as an announcement echoed throughout the training Coliseum.“You are in a supermarket in Zamboanga,” said a voice over loudspeaker. “You heard an explosion. Your team is the first to arrive in the area. There are people MORE
The 31st iteration of Balikatan kicks off

By Cpl. Matthew Bragg | April 20, 2015

Government officials and senior military leaders of the Armed Forces of the Philippines and U.S. Armed Forces announced the opening of Exercise Balikatan 2015, here, Monday.Balikatan, which translates to “shoulder-to-shoulder” in Filipino, is an annual bilateral exercise between the AFP and the U.S. military, which focuses on improving security MORE
Building schools ’shoulder-to-shoulder’ during Balikatan 2015

By Staff Sgt. Cristina Porras | April 20, 2015

Sweating under a blazing Philippines sun, U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Andrew Sprouse pauses from mixing cement to introduce himself to Philippine Navy Seaman Apprentices Arturo Arandela and Raymond Baclason in the province of San Rafael, on the island of Palawan, Philippines, April 16. Although an apparent language barrier exists, the three share a few MORE

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