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  • Lt. Cmdr. Thomas Barlow, a U.S. Navy doctor, cares for a 14-year-old indigenous boy aboard NAsH Soares de Meirelles on the Amazon River in Brazil, November 27. The boy had a gunshot wound in his hand. After the injury, the boy's family had hailed NAsH Soares de Meirelles, which was passing along the river, and had used a small boat to bring him to the ship. Barlow is a member of a team of five U.S. Navy doctors who are engaging in a month-long humanitarian mission up the Amazon River. The team is working with the Brazilian Navy to deliver healthcare to some of the most isolated people in the world.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Andrew Brame (Released)  171127-N-QM691-0312
  • Commander Carlos Marco, Manaus Naval Polyclinic Director (left), comforts a 14-year-old indigenous boy aboard NAsH Soares de Meirelles on the Amazon River in Brazil, November 27. Lt. Cmdr. Thomas Barlow, a U.S. Navy doctor (3rd from left), and 1st Lt. Priscila Tomy Ribeiro, a Brazilian medical officer (2nd from left), clean the gunshot wound in the boy's hand. After the injury, the boy's family had hailed NAsH Soares de Meirelles, which was passing along the river, and had used a small boat to bring him to the ship. Barlow is a member of a team of five U.S. Navy doctors who are engaging in a month-long humanitarian mission up the Amazon River. The team is working with the Brazilian Navy to deliver healthcare to some of the most isolated people in the world.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Andrew Brame (Released)  171127-N-QM691-0580
  • Lt. Cmdr. Thomas Barlow, a dermatology specialist, performs an operation to remove a growth from a young woman's head aboard NAsH Soares de Meirelles near the remote town of Beruri on the Amazon River in Brazil, November 25. Barlow is a member of a team of five U.S. Navy doctors who are engaging in a month-long humanitarian mission up the Amazon River. The team is working with the Brazilian Navy to deliver healthcare to some of the most isolated people in the world.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Andrew Brame (Released)  171125-N-QM691-0312
  • A team of five U.S. Navy doctors travel to a remote village along the Amazon River in Brazil, November 21. Clockwise from left, they are Lt. Cmdr. Patricia Hogan, an internal medicine specialist; Lt. Cmdr. Robert P. Lennon, a specialist in general medicine; Lt. Cmdr. Thomas K. Barlow, a specialist in dermatology; Lt. Gregory J Condos, an internal medicine specialist; and Lt. Cmdr. Nehkonti Adams, an infectious diseases specialist. The team is engaging in a month-long humanitarian mission up the Amazon River. They are working with the Brazilian Navy to deliver healthcare to some of the most isolated people in the world.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Andrew Brame (Released)  171121-N-QM691-0217
  • Lt. Cmdr. Nehkonti Adams, an infectious diseases specialist (left), and Lt. Gregory Condos, a U.S. Navy internal medicine specialist (2nd from left), work with 2nd Lt. Raissa Vieira Sanchez, a Brazilian medical officer (3rd from left), to diagnose an elderly woman on her houseboat near a remote village along the Amazon River in Brazil, November 22. Adams and Condos are members of a team of five U.S. Navy doctors who are engaging in a month-long humanitarian mission up the Amazon River. The team is working with the Brazilian Navy to deliver healthcare to some of the most isolated people in the world.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Andrew Brame (Released)  171122-N-QM691-0225
  • A team of U.S. and Brazilian navy doctors visit a remote village along the Amazon River in Brazil, November 21. The team is engaging in a month-long humanitarian mission up the Amazon River to deliver healthcare to some of the most isolated people in the world.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Andrew Brame (Released)  171121-N-QM691-0117
  • Lt. Cmdr. Patricia Hogan, a U.S. Navy doctor (center), works with 2nd Lt. Rainer Cunma Oliveira, a Brazilian legal officer (right), to diagnose a local woman aboard NAsH Soares de Meirelles near the remote town of Beruri on the Amazon River in Brazil, November 25. Oliveira helps Hogan by translating her diagnoses to the patients. Hogan is a member of a team of five U.S. Navy doctors who are engaging in a month-long humanitarian mission up the Amazon River. The team is working with the Brazilian Navy to deliver healthcare to some of the most isolated people in the world.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Andrew Brame (Released)  171125-N-QM691-0512
  • Local villagers board NAsH Soares de Meirelles near a remote village along the Amazon River in Brazil, November 22. A team of five U.S. Navy doctors is engaging in a month-long humanitarian mission aboard NAsH Soares de Meirelles. The team is traveling up the Amazon river with the Brazilian Navy to deliver healthcare to some of the most isolated people in the world.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Andrew Brame (Released)  171122-N-QM691-0190

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