New Hampshire National Guard-led humanitarian exercise in El Salvador successfully concludes
'It's an incredible feeling to be at this point of completion,' said Lt. Col. Raymond Valas, Joint Task Force Jaguar commander. “We’ve treated thousands of medical and dental patients, treated thousands of animals, and we’ve built three new schools as well. It’s kind of breathtaking to look back and see what we’ve accomplished.”
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