• October 27, 2016

Soldiers train for civil affairs health missions

U.S. Army photos/Maj. Bryan Woods - Sgt. 1st Class Deontae Karron learns the proper method of trimming a goat’s hoofs while Sgt. 1st Class Eddie Cisneros properly restrains the goat. During this process, a veterinarian must be able to inspect the hooves for common diseases and bacteria that could result is serious health concerns later down the road for the animal. Soldiers with the 85th Civil Affairs Brigade are participating in the Civil Affairs Medical Sergeants Course at the Veterinarian Medical Park Department at Texas A&M University in College Station. -


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