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Indonesia May 31 - June 15

120531-N-7441-001 NORTH SULAWESI (May 31, 2012) – Hope Worldwide Volunteers embark aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (TAH 19). Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the ND Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2 Class Roadell Hickman/Released)

120531-O-ZZ999-003 NORTH SULAWESI (May 31 2012) -- Lt. Cmdr. Alan Huessy greets members of HOPE Worldwide aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on 31 May. USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) is participating in Pacific Partnership. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120531-N-7441-003 NORTH SULAWESI (May 31, 2012) – Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) and HOPE World Wide personnel are transported by one of Mercy’s “Band Aid Boats”. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass ND Communication Specialist 2 Class Roadell Hickman/Released)

120531-O-ZZ999-007 NORTH SULAWESI (May 31 2012) -- Members of the Indonesian Army board the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on 31 May. USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) is participating in Pacific Partnership. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)  

120531-O-ZZ999-006 NORTH SULAWESI (May 31 2012) -- Lt. Ben Howie reviews a basic guide to Indonesian with HOPE Worldwide volunteers aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on 31 May. USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) is participating in Pacific Partnership. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120531-O-ZZ999-008 NORTH SULAWESI (May 31 2012) -- Sailors wait as a MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter, assigned to the "Blackjacks" of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 21, prepares to land on the flight deck of Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on 31 May. USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) is participating in Pacific Partnership. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120531-O-ZZ999-010 NORTH SULAWESI (May 31 2012) -- Sailors remove the chocks and chains from an MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter, assigned to the "Blackjacks" of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 21, before taking off from the flight deck of Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on 31 May. USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) is participating in Pacific Partnership. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120531-O-ZZ999-009 NORTH SULAWESI (May 31 2012) -- An MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter, assigned to the "Blackjacks" of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 21, flies around the islands of North Sulawesi, Indonesia during Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120531-O-ZZ999-011 NORTH SULAWESI (May 31 2012) -- An MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter, assigned to the "Blackjacks" of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 21, flies around the islands of North Sulawesi, Indonesia during Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120531-O-ZZ999-014 NORTH SULAWESI (May 31 2012) -- Logistics Specialist 3rd Class Harlan Esmailka waits in a fork lift as an MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter, assigned to the "Blackjacks" of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 21, delivers three pallets of medical supplies to Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on 31 May. USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) is participating in Pacific Partnership. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120531-O-ZZ999-012 NORTH SULAWESI (May 31 2012) -- An MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter, assigned to the "Blackjacks" of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 21, delivers three pallets of medical supplies to Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on 31 May. USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) is participating in Pacific Partnership. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120531-N-CW427-010 NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA (May 31, 2012) – Personnel Specialist Seaman Brandon Hillegass reviews Indonesian Army 1st Lt. Ronny Purnomo’s medical paperwork aboard Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during his check-in process to support Pacific Partnership 2012 (PP12). Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Clay M. Whaley)

120531-N-7441-005 NORTH SULAWESI (May 31, 2012) – Capt. James Morgan, Mission Commander for Pacific Partnership 2012, greets possible candidates for surgery outside Siloam Hospital. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist ND 2 Class Roadell Hickman/Released)

120531-N-GL340-052 MANADO, INDONESIA (May 31, 2012) Military and civilian personnel board a “Band-Aid boat” from Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) off the coast of the Pacific Partnership 2012’s first mission port, Manado Indonesia May 31. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication rd Specialist 3 Class Michael Feddersen/RELEASED)

120531-N-CW427-038 NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA (May 31, 2012) –Madison Burr, a volunteer with Latter Day Saints charities, speaks to Indonesian Army medical personnel during their check-in process aboard Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) to support Pacific Partnership 2012 (PP12). Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Clay M. Whaley)

120531-N-7441-005 NORTH SULAWESI (May 31, 2012) – USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) Medical Doctor Matt Provencher, Mission Commander James Morgan and Lieutenant Commander John McHugh of the Royal Australian Navy discuss candidates for surgery onboard Mercy at Siloam Hospital. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass ND Communication Specialist 2 Class Roadell Hickman/Released)

120601-N-GW695 NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA (June 01, 2012) – Patients and guests are transported to the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) via “Band-Aid boat” and an MH-60S Knight Hawk helicopter from the “Blackjacks” of Helicopter Sea Combat (HSC) 21 during Pacific Partnership 2012, 01 June. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Stephen M. Votaw/Released)

 

120601-N-CW427-026 NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA (June 1, 2012) – Indonesian Ophthalmologist Dr. Tjahjono Gondhowiardjo answers a question from Cmdr. Brice Nicholson during an ophthalmology exchange presentation aboard Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 01, in support of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Clay M. Whaley/Released)

 

120601-N-GL340-049 MANADO, INDONESIA (June 1, 2012) -- Lt. Cmdr. Haley Macek sterilizes the eye of a patient with iodine before cataract surgery on June 01, in an operating room aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass rd Communication Specialist 3 Class Michael Feddersen/ RELEASED)

 

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120601-N-GL340-013 MANADO, INDONESIA (June 1, 2012) Hospital Corpsman 2 Class Ferdinand Magubat positions the leg of an Indonesian patient on an x-ray machine on June 01 aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass rd Communication Specialist 3 Class Michael Feddersen/ RELEASED)

 

120601-N-CW427-066 NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA (June 1, 2012) – Members of the Indonesian media interview Kristen F. Baer, U.S. Consulate General in Surabaya, during her visit aboard Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 01, in support of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Clay M. Whaley/Released)

 

120601-N-GL340-102 MANADO, INDONESIA (June 1, 2012) Cmdr. Brice Nicholson consults with a patient after cataract surgery June 1st in an operating room aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Michael Feddersen/ RELEASED)

 

120601-N-GL340-085 MANADO, INDONESIA (June 1, 2012) Cmdr. Brice Nicholson performs cataract surgery on an Indonesian patient on June 1st, as Indonesian optometry residents observe in an operating room aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy rd photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3 Class Michael Feddersen/ RELEASED)

 

120601-N-GL340-062 MANADO, INDONESIA (June 1, 2012) Cmdr. Brice Nicholson performs cataract surgery on an Indonesian patient on June 01st in an operating room aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist rd 3 Class Michael Feddersen/ RELEASED)

 

120601-O-ZZ999-004 NORTH SULAWESI (June 1, 2012) -- Culinary Specialist 2nd Class Sergio Morales, makes fondant to cover a cake for the opening ceremonies of Pacific Partnership 2012, June 1. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

 

120601-O-ZZ999-002 NORTH SULAWESI (June 1, 2012) -- Lt. Caroline Messmer, and Lt. Cmdr. Curtis Gaball removes a Benin Tumor from the left side of an Indonesian man's face during a surgical operation aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 1. USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) is participating in Pacific Partnership. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

 

120601-O-ZZ999-001 NORTH SULAWESI (June 1, 2012) -- Lt. Caroline Messmer, and Lt. Cmdr. Curtis Gaball removes a Benin Tumor from the left side of an Indonesian man's face during a surgical operation aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 1. USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) is participating in Pacific Partnership. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

 

120601-O-ZZ999-009 NORTH SULAWESI (June 1, 2012) -- Culinary Specialist 2nd Class Sergio Morales, spreads out fondant to cover a cake for the opening ceremonies of Pacific Partnership 2012 on June 1. Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission designed to work by, with and through host partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build partnership and a collective ability to respond to natural disasters. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

 

120601-O-ZZ999-013 NORTH SULAWESI (June 1, 2012) -- Dr. Robert Baxt, a Project HOPE volunteer, applies sutures after removing a six pound tumor off the back of a Indonesian woman during a surgical operation aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 1. USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) is participating in Pacific Partnership. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

 

120601-O-ZZ999-011 NORTH SULAWESI (June 1, 2012) -- Members of the Indonesian Army Watch Specialist Erin Thelen of the U.S. Army, Dr. Robert Baxt a Project HOPE volunteer, and Capt. William Brunner remove a six pound tumor off the back of a Indonesian woman during a surgical operation aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 1. USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) is participating in Pacific Partnership. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

 

120601-O-ZZ998-001 NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA (June 01, 2012) -- The Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH-19) steams off the coast of Manado Bay at sunset on June 1, after the opening ceremony for Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Camelia Montoy)

 

120601-O-ZZ999-014 NORTH SULAWESI (June 1, 2012) -- Lt. Beth Aban, of the Pacific Partnership 2012 crew, gives an Indonesian women pain medications during a surgical operation aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (TAH 19) on June 1. USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) is participating in Pacific Partnership. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

 

120601-N-CW427-080 NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA (June 1, 2012) – Pacific Partnership 2012 (PP12) Mission Commander Capt. Jim Morgan (right), North Sulawesi Governor Sinyo Sarundajang (right center), U.S. Consul General to Surabaya Kristen Bauer (left center) and Rear Admiral William McQuilkin, Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Korea, cut the PP12 ceremonial cake to kick off the mission in North Sulawesi. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission designed to work by, with and through host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build partnerships and a collective ability to respond to natural disasters. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Clay M. Whaley/Released)

 

120601-N-7441-001 NORTH SULAWESI (June 1, 2012) – Rear Admiral William C. McQuilkin (right), Surabaya Consul General Katherine Bauer (center), S.H. Sarundajang, Governor of North Sulewesi, and Pacific Partnership 2012 (PP12) Mission Commander Capt. Jim Morgan, celebrate PP12 arriving in Manado with a cake-cutting ceremony. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific ND region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2 Class Roadell Hickman/Released)

 

120602-N-CW427-004 NORTH SALWESI, INDONESIA (June 2, 2012) – Ribka Grace (left), Hope Worldwide translator, teaches an Indonesian boy how to play a card game in the Pediatrics Department on June 2, aboard Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) in support of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Clay M. Whaley/Released)

 

120601-N-7441-002 NORTH SULAWESI (June 1, 2012) – Rear Admiral William C. McQuilkin addresses a multinational group during Pacific Partnership 2012. The celebration kicked off ashore with a parade put on by the city of Manado. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy ND photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2 Class Roadell Hickman/Released)

 

120602-N-CW427-024 NORTH SALWESI, INDONESIA (June 2, 2012) – Registered Nurse Krystal Bodily, Latter-Day Saint Charities volunteer, checks an Indonesian patient’s heart rate in the Casualty Receiving department on June 2, aboard Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) in support of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Clay M. Whaley/Released)

 

120602-N-CW427-080 NORTH SALWESI, INDONESIA (June 2, 2012) – As part of inprocessing aboard Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19), Hospitalman Steven Loll checks an Indonesian patient’s heart rate in the Casualty Receiving Department on June 2, during the Pacific Partnership 2012 mission. . Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Clay M. Whaley/Released)

 

120602-N-CW427-024 NORTH SALWESI, INDONESIA (June 2, 2012) – Hospitalman Kwuan Green examines an Indonesian patient’s head in the casualty receiving department on June 2 aboard Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (TAH 19) in support of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Clay M. Whaley/Released)

 

120602-N-GW695-133 NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA (June 01, 2012) – Kristen Bauer, U.S. Consul General of Surabaya, listens to local fishermen during a round robin discussion at Bunaken National Park on June 2, during Pacific Partnership 2012. Bunaken is a 550-mile natural aquatic reserve established by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in 1997 in partnership with local Indonesian fisheries. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Stephen M. Votaw)

 

120602-N-CW427-088 NORTH SALWESI, INDONESIA (June 2, 2012) – Registered Nurse Molly Tarvik, Project Hope volunteer, checks an Indonesian patient’s body temperature in the Casualty Receiving Department on June 2, aboard Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) in support of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Clay M. Whaley/Released)

 

120602-N-GW695-130 NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA (June 01, 2012) – Kristen Bauer, right, U.S. Consul General of Surabaya, participates in a round robin discussion at Bunaken National Park on June 2, during Pacific Partnership 2012. Bunaken is a 550mile natural aquatic reserve established by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in 1997 in partnership with local Indonesian fisheries. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Stephen M. Votaw)

 

120602-N-7441-003 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) – Indonesian National Search and Rescue Team (SAR) held a training exercise that included120602-O-ZZ999-017 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) -- Corpsman 1st Class Vude Rosario explains to an Indonesian man the process of a Computerized Tomography (CT Scanner) aboard he Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) is participating in Pacific Partnership which is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission designed to work by, with and through host partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build partnership and a collective ability to respond to natural disasters. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

 

120602-N-GL340-020 NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA (June 2, 2012) Lt. Elizabeth Aban provides anesthesia for a patient prior to surgery in an operating room aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2, as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asiard Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3 Class Michael Feddersen/RELEASED)

 

120602-N-GL340-036 NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA (June 2, 2012) Lt. Cmdr. Todd Simonson prepares a catheter for a patient prior to surgery in an operating room aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2, as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asiard Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3 Class Michael Feddersen/RELEASED)

 

120602-N-GL340-069 MANADO, INDONESIA (June 2, 2012 Lt. Cmdr. Curtis Gaball and Lt. Caroline Messmer perform surgery on an Indonesian patient in an operating room aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2, as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Michael Feddersen/RELEASED)

 

120602-N-GL340-084 NORTH SULAWESI , INDONESIA (June 2, 2012) Lt. Cmdr. Curtis Gaball and an Indonesian host surgeon perform surgery on an Indonesian patient in an operating room aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) June 2, as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass rd Communication Specialist 3 Class Michael Feddersen/RELEASED)

 

120602-N-GL340-050 NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA (June 2, 2012) Lt. Caroline Messmer and an Indonesian host surgeon mark a patient prior to surgery in an operating room aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) June 2, as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Michael Feddersen/RELEASED)

 

120602-N-GL340-168 NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA (June 2, 2012) An Indonesian patient smiles to a translator prior to surgery in an operating room pre-staging area aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2, as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist rd 3 Class Michael Feddersen/RELEASED)

 

120602-N-GL340-160 MANADO, INDONESIA (June 2, 2012) Lt. Caroline Messmer performs surgery on an Indonesian patient in an operating room aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2, as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific rd region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3 Class Michael Feddersen/RELEASED)

 

120602-N-GL340-141 NORTH SULAWESI , INDONESIA (June 2, 2012) A group of Indonesian and multinational Pacific Partnership 2012 surgeons perform surgery on an Indonesian patient in an operating room aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist rd 3 Class Michael Feddersen/RELEASED)

 

120602-N-GL340-205 MANADO, INDONESIA (June 2, 2012) Lt. Cmdr. Thomas Chung prepares an Indonesian patient’s hand prior to surgery in an operating room aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2, as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asiard Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3 Class Michael Feddersen/RELEASED)

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120602-N-GL340-219 MANADO, INDONESIA (June 2, 2012) Hospital Corpsman 3 Class Donald Maskel assists Lt. Cmdr. Thomas Chung during a reconstructive surgery procedure on an Indonesian patient’s hand in an operating room aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) June 2, as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific rd region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3 Class Michael Feddersen/RELEASED)

 

120602-N-GL340-193 MANADO, INDONESIA (June 2, 2012) Operating room personnel prepare an Indonesian patient for surgery in an operating room aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2, as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asiard Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3 Class Michael Feddersen/RELEASED)

 

120602-N-GL340-283 MANADO, INDONESIA (June 2, 2012) Lt. Cmdr. Valerie Tokarz uses a laser to reduce scar tissue during a plastic surgery procedure on an Indonesian patient’s hand in an operating room aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2, as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. This type of procedure is conducted to try and provide increased range of motion and use. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy rd photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3 Class Michael Feddersen/RELEASED)

 

120602-O-ZZ999-001 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) -- Capt. Natalie Royer of the Canadian Army helps relive a pinched nerve in the neck of Cmdr. Ingrid Byles during a physical therapy treatment aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120602-O-ZZ999-002 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) -- Anbrey Rees, a volunteer for Latter Day Saints Charities checks the vitals of a four-month-old Indonesian girl after coming out of surgery that fixed her cleft lip aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120602-O-ZZ999-006 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) -- Lt. Thom Miller checks the vitals of a four-month-old Indonesian girl after coming out of surgery that fixed her cleft lip aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120602-O-ZZ999-005 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) -- Mokodompit Nurain, checks on her four-month-old daughter as she comes out of surgery that fixed her cleft lip aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120602-O-ZZ999-003 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) -- Kelly Scatton, a volunteer for Project HOPE checks the vitals of a four-month-old Indonesian girl as Anbrey Rees, a volunteer for Latter Day Saints Charities takes notes of child after coming out of surgery that fixed her cleft lip aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120602-O-ZZ999-009 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) -- Capt. Kerry McKinnell, of the Royal Australian Army checks the vitals of a four-month-old Indonesian girl after coming out of surgery that fixed her cleft lip aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120602-O-ZZ999-007 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) -- Anbrey Rees, a volunteer for Latter Day Saints Charities holds the hand of a four-month-old Indonesian girl that came out of surgery that fixed her cleft lip aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120602-O-ZZ999-008 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) -- Capt. Kerry McKinnell, of the Royal Australian Army checks the vitals of a four-month-old Indonesian girl after coming out of surgery that fixed her cleft lip aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120602-O-ZZ999-012 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) -- Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Kristen Forsgren, rubs the head of a four-month-old Indonesian girl that came out of surgery to pix her cleft lip aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120602-O-ZZ999-010 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) -- Capt. Kerry McKinnell, of the Royal Australian Army checks the vitals of a four-month-old Indonesian girl after coming out of surgery that fixed her cleft lip aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120602-O-ZZ999-011 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) -- Capt. Kerry McKinnell, of the Royal Australian Army checks the vitals of a four-month-old Indonesian girl after coming out of surgery that fixed her cleft lip aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120602-O-ZZ999-015 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) -- Lt. Tyler Vachon performs a biopsy on a mass on the right arm of an Indonesian man in the radiology room aboard he Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120602-O-ZZ999-016 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) -- An Indonesian man lays on the table of a Computerized Tomography (CT Scanner) to check a mass on his lower right side aboard he Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120602-O-ZZ999-013 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) -- Lt. Tyler Vachon and Cmdr. Danielle Taysom looks at an Ultrasound of a mass on the right arm of an Indonesian man in the radiology room aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120602-O-ZZ999-017 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) -- Corpsman 1st Class Vude Rosario explains to an Indonesian man the process of a Computerized Tomography (CT Scanner) aboard he Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120602-O-ZZ999-018 NORTH SULAWESI (June 2, 2012) -- Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Daniel Gonzales and Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Vude Rosario checks the Computerized Tomography (CT Scanner) of an Indonesian man aboard he Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 2. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo released by Kristopher Radder)

120603-­‐N-­‐GW695-­‐001  NORTH  SULAWESI,  INDONESIA  (June  1,  2012)  –  Yesi  Paat,   center,  an  interpreter  with  Hope  Worldwide,  translates  instructions  from  Jenni   Hoermann,  left,  a  registered  nurse  with  Latter  Day  Saints  Charities,  to  an  Indonesian   patient  before  entering  an  operating  room  for  surgery  aboard  the  Military  Sealift   Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH  19)  during  Pacific  Partnership  2012,  3   June.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  that  brings  together  U.S.  military   personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government  organizations  and   international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response   capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  2nd  Class  Stephen  M.  Votaw)  

120603-­‐N-­‐GW695-­‐002  NORTH  SULAWESI,  INDONESIA  (June  1,  2012)  –  Spc.  David   Molina  attaches  a  rubber  strap  to  the  arm  of  an  Indonesian  patient  before  inserting   an  I.V.  prior  to  surgery  aboard  the  Military  Sealift  Command  hospital  ship  USNS   Mercy  (T-­‐AH  19)  during  Pacific  Partnership  2012,  3  June.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,   Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance   mission  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐ government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  2nd  Class  Stephen  M.   Votaw)  

120603-­‐N-­‐GW695-­‐005  NORTH  SULAWESI,  INDONESIA  (June  1,  2012)  –  Sussi   Yamaguchi,  left,  a  team  lead  from  the  University  of  San  Diego  Pre-­‐Dental  Society,   observes  as  Indonesian  Army  1st  Lt.  Freddy  Dharmawan  prepare  an  Indonesian   patient  for  a  dental  checkup  aboard  the  Military  Sealift  Command  hospital  ship   USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH  19)  during  Pacific  Partnership  2012,  3  June.  Now  in  its  seventh   year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner   nations,  non-­‐government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  2nd  Class  Stephen  M.   Votaw)  

120603-­‐N-­‐GW695-­‐006  NORTH  SULAWESI,  INDONESIA  (June  1,  2012)  –  Capt.  Hetal   Ashvin  Kumar,  from  the  Malaysian  Army,  performs  a  dental  cleaning  on  an   Indonesian  patient  aboard  the  Military  Sealift  Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy   (T-­‐AH  19)  during  Pacific  Partnership  2012,  3  June.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific   Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission   that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐ government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  2nd  Class  Stephen  M.   Votaw)  

120603-­‐N-­‐GW695-­‐007  NORTH  SULAWESI,  INDONESIA  (June  1,  2012)  –  Indonesian   Army  1st  Lt.  Freddy  Dharmawan  performs  a  dental  check  up  for  an  Indonesian   patient  aboard  the  Military  Sealift  Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH  19)   during  Pacific  Partnership  2012,  3  June.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership   is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  2nd  Class  Stephen  M.  Votaw)  

120603-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐005  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  3,  2012)  An  Indonesian  child   pretends  to  brush  the  teeth  of  a  costumed  volunteer,  Mr.  Tooth,  promoting  dental   hygiene  in  the  pediatrics  ward  of  the  Military  Sealift  Command  hospital  ship  USNS   Mercy  (T-­‐AH  19),  June  3,  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh   year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐ governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Michael   Feddersen/RELEASED)    

120603-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐010  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  3,  2012)  An  Indonesian  child   holds  an  oversize  toothbrush  during  a  visit  from  dental  volunteers  promoting  dental   hygiene  in  the  pediatrics  ward  of  the  Military  Sealift  Command  hospital  ship  USNS   Mercy  (T-­‐AH  19)  June  3  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,   Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance   mission  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships   and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.   Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Michael   Feddersen/RELEASED  

120603-­‐O-­‐ZZ999-­‐003  NORTH  SULAWESI    (June  3,  2012)  -­‐-­‐  Military  Sealift   Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH  19)  (right,  at  sea)  sits  just  outside  of  the   port  of  Sangihe  on  June  3.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual   U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military  personnel,   host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international   agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  r esponse   capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (Photo  released  by  Kristopher   Radder)    

120603-­‐O-­‐ZZ999-­‐004  NORTH  SULAWESI    (June  3,  2012)  -­‐-­‐  Military  Sealift   Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH  19)  sits  just  outside  of  the  port  of   Sangihe  on  June  3.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.   Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military  personnel,  host   and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies   designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities   throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (Photo  released  by  Kristopher  Radder)    

120603-­‐O-­‐ZZ999-­‐001  NORTH  SULAWESI    (June  3,  2012)  -­‐-­‐  Military  Sealift   Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH  19)  sits  just  outside  of  the  port  of   Sangihe  on  June  3.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.   Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military  personnel,  host   and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies   designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities   throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (Photo  released  by  Kristopher  Radder)    

120603-­‐O-­‐ZZ999-­‐006  NORTH  SULAWESI    (June  3,  2012)  -­‐-­‐  Hospitalman  Jenny  Lu   talks  to  Indonesian  children  after  playing  in  a  soccer  game  for  Pacific  Partnership   2012  with  the  locals  of  Sangehi  on  June  3.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific   Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission   U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations   and  international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop   disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (Photo  released  by   Kristopher  Radder)    

120603-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐010  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  3,  2012)  With  his  surgery   complete,  Indonesian  patient  Sony  Kembuan  is  reunited  with  his  wife  in  the   intensive  care  unit  aboard  the  Military  Sealift  Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy   (T-­‐AH  19)  3  June  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific   Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission   U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations   and  international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop   disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (Photo  released  by   Kristopher  Radder)      

120603-­‐O-­‐ZZ999-­‐005  NORTH  SULAWESI    (June  3,  2012)  -­‐-­‐  Chief  Hospital  Corpsman   Francis  Aguigui  talks  to  Indonesian  children  at  a  medical  civil  action  project  during   Pacific  Partnership  2012,  June  3.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an   annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military   personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and   international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster   response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (Photo  released  by   Kristopher  Radder)    

120604-N-GW695-001 NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA (June 4, 2012) – Pacific Partnership 2012 leaders, along with a junior enlisted Marine and Navy Airman, render honors during a sunrise Battle of Midway commemoration off the Indonesian island of Talaud on June 4, aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (TAH 19) during Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Stephen M. Votaw)

 

120604-N-GW695-001 NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA (June 4, 2012) – Lance Cpl. Travis Hurley, left; Capt. James Morgan, Pacific Partnership 2012 mission commander, center; and, Aviation Structural Mechanic 2nd Class Brandon Hood, right, lay a ceremonial wreath into the waters off the Indonesian island of Talaud during a sunrise Battle of Midway commemoration on June 4, aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Stephen M. Votaw)

 

120603-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐024  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  3,  2012)  )  With  his  surgery   complete,  Indonesian  patient  Sony  Kembuan  is  reunited  with  his  wife  in  the   intensive  care  unit  aboard  the  Military  Sealift  Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy   (T-­‐AH  19)  3  June  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific   Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission   U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations   and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster   response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter/RELEASED)  

120605-N-GL340-079 SIAU, INDONESIA (June 5, 2012) Surgeons perform hernia repair surgery on an Indonesian child as Indonesian medical students watch in an operation room, 5 June, aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass rd Communication Specialist 3 Class Michael Feddersen/RELEASED)

120605-N-GL340-045 SIAU, INDONESIA (June 5, 2012) Lt. j.g. Bennie Sumner holds the hand of an Indonesian child before surgery in an operation room, June 5, aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asiard Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3 Class Michael Feddersen/RELEASED)

120605-O-ZZ999-001 NORTH SULAWESI (June 5, 2012) -- Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Kevin Malone checks blood supplies in the blood bank aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 5. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kris Radder)

120605-O-ZZ999-004 NORTH SULAWESI (June 5, 2012) -- Two Indonesian boys play Connect Four as Elizabeth Fitri Anggiaini, a HOPE Worldwide volunteer, watches in the Pediatric Ward aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 5. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (Photo by Kris Radder)

120605-O-ZZ999-002 NORTH SULAWESI (June 5, 2012) -- Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Kevin Malone checks blood samples in the blood bank aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 5. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kris Radder)

120605-O-ZZ999-003 NORTH SULAWESI (June 5, 2012) -- An Indonesia boy enjoys covering himself with stickers while he recovers in the Pediatric Ward aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 5. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kris Radder)

120605-O-ZZ999-006 NORTH SULAWESI (June 5, 2012) -- Sally Morris, a Project HOPE volunteer, checks the temperature of an Indonesian boy in the Pediatric Ward aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 5. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kris Radder)

120605-O-ZZ999-007 NORTH SULAWESI (June 5, 2012) -- Sally Morris, a Project HOPE volunteer, encourages an Indonesian boy smile in the Pediatric Ward aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 5. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kris Radder)

120605-O-ZZ999-005 NORTH SULAWESI (June 5, 2012) -- An Indonesian man plays with his son as he recovers from surgery in the Pediatric Ward aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 5. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kris Radder)

120605-O-ZZ999-008 NORTH SULAWESI (June 5, 2012) -- Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Marshall Clumpner checks the vital signs of an Indonesian man resting in a medical ward aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) on June 5. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (Photo by Kris Radder)

120605-N-GI544-010 SIAU, INDONESIA (June 5, 2012) – Medical Treatment Facility Commanding Officer Capt. Tim Hinman, of the Military Sealift Command USNS Mercy (T-AH 19), is greeted in Siau, Indonesia with a traditional welcoming as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asiard Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3 Class Laurie Dexter/Released)

120605-N-GI544-018 SIAU, INDONESIA (June 5, 2012) – Medical Treatment Facility Commanding Officer Capt. Tim Hinman, center, and Mission Commander Capt. James Morgan, right, of the Military Sealift Command USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) are greeted in Siau, Indonesia with a traditional ceremony as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific rd region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3 Class Laurie Dexter/Released)

120605-N-GI544-119 SIAU, INDONESIA (June 5, 2012) –Royal Australian Air Force Flt. Lt. Scott Minchin attempts to play a bamboo trumpet during a Pacific Partnership 2012 opening ceremony. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the rd Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3 Class Laurie Dexter/Released)

120605-N-GI544-036 SIAU, INDONESIA (June 5, 2012) –Mission Commander Capt. James Morgan, second from left, of the Military Sealift Command USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) speaks with Siau Bupati (Regent) Mr. Toni Supit during an island welcome ceremony for Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the rd Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3 Class Laurie Dexter/Released)

120605-N-GI544-049 SIAU, INDONESIA (June 5, 2012) –Mission Commander Capt. James Morgan of the Military Sealift Command USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) speaks during the Pacific Partnership 2012 opening ceremony in Siau, Indonesia. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy rd photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3 Class Laurie Dexter/Released)

120605-N-GI544-328 SIAU, INDONESIA (June 5, 2012) –Mission Commander Capt. James Morgan helps transport cases of water in Siau as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific rd region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3 Class Laurie Dexter/Released)

120605-N-GI544-220 SIAU, INDONESIA (June 5, 2012) –Culinary Specialist Senior Chief Guy Gagui dances the Ampa Loayek dance with a civil servant from the regency of Siau as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass rd Communication Specialist 3 Class Laurie Dexter/Released)

120605-N-GI544-197 SIAU, INDONESIA (June 5, 2012) –Culinary Specialist Senior Chief Guy Gagui dances the Ampa Loayek dance with a civil servant from the regency of Siau as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Laurie Dexter/Released)

120605-N-GI544-351 SIAU, INDONESIA (June 5, 2012) –Mission Commander Capt. James Morgan, left, speaks with Vice Siau Bupati (Regent) Mr. Piet H. Kuera, center, and Siau Bupati (Regent) Mr. Toni Supit, right, during Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific rd region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3 Class Laurie Dexter/Released)

120605-N-GI544-370 SIAU, INDONESIA (June 5, 2012) –Mission Commander Capt. James Morgan looks on as an MH-60S Seahawk delivers various medical and dental supplies to the island of Siau. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the rd Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3 Class Laurie Dexter/Released)

120606-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐069  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  6,  2012)  –Mission  Commander   Capt.  James  Morgan  addresses  a  subject  matter  expert  exchange  about  disaster   relief  management  on  June  6,  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh   year,  pacific  partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐ governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie   Dexter/Released)  

120606-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐192  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  6,  2012)  –Mission  Commander   Capt.  James  Morgan  reaches  out  to  a  prospective  pediatric  surgery  patient  during  a   screening  program  at  Siloam  Hospital  on  June  6,  during  Pacific  Partnership  2012.   Now  in  its  seventh  year,  pacific  partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner   nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to   build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout   the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class   Laurie  Dexter/Released)  

120606-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐133  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  6,  2012)  –Hospitalman  David   Looney  listens  to  the  heart  of  an  Indonesian  child  while  conducting  rounds  at  a   surgery  screening  at  Siloam  hospital  on  June  6,  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.   Now  in  its  seventh  year,  pacific  partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner   nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to   build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout   the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class   Laurie  Dexter/Released)  

120606-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐141  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  6,  2012)  –  Hospitalman  David   Looney  shows  a  local  Indonesian  child  how  to  listen  to  the  heart  while  conducting   rounds  for  a  surgery  screening  at  Siloam  Hospital  on  June  6,  as  part  of  Pacific   Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  pacific  partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.   Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military  personnel,  host   and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies   designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities   throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication   Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter/Released)  

120606-N-GI544-193 MANADO, INDONESIA (June 6, 2012) –Mission Commander Capt. James Morgan “high-fives” during playtime with an Indonesian girl during a surgery screening program at Siloam Hospital on June 6, during Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, pacific partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernmental organizations and international agencies designed to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Laurie Dexter/Released)

120606-N-CW427-115 MANADO, INDONESIA – Members of the “Blackjacks” of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 21, instruct Indonesian medical team members on how to perform a medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) on June 6, during a disaster recovery helicopter demonstration during Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Clay M. Whaley/Released)

120606-N-CW427-090 MANADO, INDONESIA – Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Frank Martin, from the “Blackjacks” of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 21, instruct Indonesian medical team members on how to perform a medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) on June 6, during a helicopter demonstration for the people of Indonesia as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Clay M. Whaley/Released)

120606-N-CW427-251 MANADO, INDONESIA – Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Frank Martin, from the “Blackjacks” of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 21, waves goodbye to Indonesian citizens, June6, after conducting a disaster relief medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) helicopter demonstration for Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Clay M. Whaley/Released)

120606-N-CW427-182 MANADO, INDONESIA – Naval Aircrewman 2nd Class Zach Carson, from the “Blackjacks” of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 21, relays instructions to a Hope Worldwide translator while teaching Indonesian medical team members how to perform a medical evacuation (MEDEVAC)June 6. The event was part of a disaster relief helicopter rescue demonstration as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Clay M. Whaley/Released)

120606-N-CW427-202 MANADO, INDONESIA – Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Frank Martin, from the “Blackjacks” of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 21, makes friends with Indonesian children during a disaster relief medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) helicopter rescue demonstration on June 6, during Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Clay M. Whaley/Released)

120606-N-CW427-402 MANADO, INDONESIA – The Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) sits off the coast of Manado, on June 6, in support of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Clay M. Whaley/Released)

120606-O-ZZ999-002 NORTH SULAWESI (June 6, 2012) -- Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Alan Kampert (center) watches a local Indonesian doctor check the eye sight of a patient during a surgical civil action project on June 6. Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120606-O-ZZ999-001 NORTH SULAWESI (June 6, 2012) -- Julie Porucznik, a Project HOPE volunteer, helps schedule patients to board the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during a surgical civil action project on June 6, at Siloam Hospital. Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120606-O-ZZ999-004 NORTH SULAWESI (June 6, 2012) -- Dr. John Jarstad, of Latter Day Saints Charities, checks the right eye of a patient for a cataract using an Indirect Ophthalmoscope during a surgical civil action project on June 6 at Siloam Hospital. LDSC is one of 23 non-government organizations participating in Pacific Partnership 2012. Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120606-O-ZZ999-003 NORTH SULAWESI (June 6, 2012) -- Dr. John Jarstad, of Latter Day Saints Charities, checks the right eye of a patient for a cataract during a surgical civil action project on June 6, at Siloam Hospital in Manado. Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120606-O-ZZ999-005 NORTH SULAWESI (June 6, 2012) -- Cmdr. Matt Provencher, Director of Surgical Services for Pacific Partnership 2012, checks the hand of an Indonesian girl during a surgical civil action project on June 6 at Siloam Hospital Pacific Partnership is the largest annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120606-O-ZZ999-006 NORTH SULAWESI (June 6, 2012) -- Cmdr. Matt Provencher, Director of Surgical Services for Pacific Partnership 2012, checks the hand of an Indonesian girl during a surgical civil action project on June 6 at Siloam Hospital Pacific Partnership is the largest annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120606-O-ZZ999-007 NORTH SULAWESI (June 6, 2012) -- Cmdr. Matt Provencher, Director of Surgical Services for Pacific Partnership 2012 checks the hand of an Indonesian girl during a surgical civil action project on June 6 at Siloam Hospital. Pacific Partnership is the largest annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120606-O-ZZ999-008 NORTH SULAWESI (June 6, 2012) -- An Indonesian girl plays with a stethoscope during a Pacific Partnership 2012 surgical screening and civil action project at Siloam Hospital on June 6. Pacific Partnership is the largest annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

20120607_montoy_-0510 North Sulawesi World Vets volunteer veterinarian Ellie Milnes operates and teaches on spaying a cat on June 7 at the Kalasey Animal Health Division in Manado, Indonesia. Milnes was at the clinic with a veterinary team from the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH-19) that led a spaying and neutering clinic designed to teach local veterinarians different techniques. Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy)

120606-O-ZZ999-009 NORTH SULAWESI (June 6, 2012) – Face and neck specialist surgeon Royal Australian Navy Lt Cmdr. John McHugh feels the throat of an Indonesian man during a Pacific Partnership 2012 surgical screening and civil action project on June 6. Pacific Partnership is the largest annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

20120607_montoy_-0468 North Sulawesi World Vets volunteer veterinarians Ellie Milnes (left) and Eilidh Hawkins check vitals on a cat before spaying it, June 7, at the Kalasey Animal Health Division in Manado, Indonesia. Milnes and Hawkins were part of a veterinary team that led a spaying and neutering clinic designed to teach local veterinarians different techniques as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy)

20120607_montoy_-0514 North Sulawesi World Vets volunteer veterinarian Ellie Milnes spays a cat on June 7 at the Kalasey Animal Health Division in Manado, Indonesia for local veterinarians. Milnes was at the clinic with a veterinary team from the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH-19) that led a spaying and neutering clinic designed to teach local veterinarians different techniques. Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy)

20120607_montoy_-0520 North Sulawesi World Vets volunteer veterinarian Ellie Milnes (left) and Specialist Leslie Ogle monitor a cat as it comes out of anesthesia after being spayed at the Kalasey Animal Health Division in Manado, Indonesia on June 7. Milnes and Ogle were at the clinic with a veterinary team from the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH19) that led a spaying and neutering clinic designed to teach local veterinarians different techniques. Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy)

20120607_montoy_-0520 North Sulawesi World Vets volunteer veterinarian Ellie Milnes concentrates on spaying a cat at the Kalasey Animal Health Division in Manado, Indonesia on June 7. Milnes was at the clinic with a veterinary team from the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH-19) that led a spaying and neutering clinic designed to teach local veterinarians different techniques. Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy)

20120607_montoy_-0528 North Sulawesi World Vets volunteer veterinarian Eilidh Hawkins checks the heart rate of Blackie, a sixmonth-old puppy that came into the Kalasey Animal Health Division on June 7 in Manado, Indonesia to be neutered. Blackie, held here by his owner Miss Pugiastuti, was one of four animals operated on at the clinic as part of a spaying and neutering clinic designed to teach local veterinarians different techniques and was led by a veterinary team from the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH-19). Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy)

20120607_montoy_-0605 North Sulawesi World Vets volunteer veterinarian Ellie Milnes pets six-month-old Blackie as she sends him home with his owner after he was neutered at the Kalasey Animal Health Division on June 7 in Manado, Indonesia. Blackie was one of four animals operated on at the clinic as part of a spaying and neutering clinic designed to teach local veterinarians different techniques, led by a veterinary team from the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH-19). Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy)

20120607_montoy_-0575 North Sulawesi World Vets volunteer veterinarian Ellie Milnes listens to a question while she waits for a six-month-old puppy to wake after being neutered at the Kalasey Animal Health Division on June 7 in Manado, Indonesia. Milnes was at the clinic with a veterinary team from the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH-19) that led a spaying and neutering clinic designed to teach local veterinarians different techniques. Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy)

20120607_montoy_-0679 World Vets volunteer veterinarian Eilidh Hawkins (right) instructs Indonesian veterinarian Dr. Lanivia on how to neuter a dog at the Kalasey Animal Health Division in Manado, Indonesia on June 7. Hawkins came to the clinic with a combined team of volunteer and military veterinarians and helped lead a spaying and neutering clinic at the facility that was designed to teach local veterinarians surgical techniques as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy)

20120607_montoy_-0685 World Vets volunteer veterinarian Eilidh Hawkins instructs Indonesian veterinarian Dr. Lanivia (bottom left) on how to neuter a dog at the Kalasey Animal Health Division in Manado, Indonesia on June 7. Hawkins came to the clinic with a combined team of volunteer and military veterinarians and helped lead a spaying and neutering clinic at the facility that was designed to teach local veterinarians surgical techniques as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy)

20120607_montoy_-0632 World Vets volunteer veterinarian Ellie Milnes (right) prepares a puppy to be neutered at the Kalasey Animal Health Division on June 7 in Manado, Indonesia. Milnes came to the clinic with a combined team of volunteer and military veterinarians that led a spaying and neutering clinic at the facility that was designed to teach local veterinarians surgical techniques as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy)

120607-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐041  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  –  World  Vets  Voluntary   Veterinarian  Eilidh  demonstrates  to  local  Indonesian  veterinarians  a  neutering   procedure  on  a  dog  07  June  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Pacific  Partnership   is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its   seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,   non-­‐government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie   Dexter/Released)

120607-­‐N-­‐7441-­‐001  NORTH  SULAWESI  (June  7,  2012)  –  LT  Rick  Farotte  at  the  Main   Command  Post  organizes  a  chart  to  monitor  personnel  on  the  ground  participating   in  Veterinarian  Civil  Action  Programs  (VETCAP)  and  Medical  Civil  Action  Programs   (MEDCAP)  with  Army  First  Lieutenant  Joel  Correa  and  Information  Systems   Technician  First  Class  Charles  Rowlee,  7  June,  in  the  city  of  Manado,  Indonesia.   Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance   mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host   and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to   build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout   the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  2ND   Class  Roadell  Hickman/Released)  

120607-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐048  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  –  Mission  Commander   Capt.  Jim  Morgan  speaks  with  Sgt.  Sheila  Hamlett  at  a  veterinary  civic  action  project   to  promote  public  health  on  June  07  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Pacific   Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission   now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and   partner  nations,  non-­‐government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build   stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the   Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class   Laurie  Dexter/Released)

120607-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐095  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  –  Musician  3rd  Class   Jason  Gay  plays  tenor  saxophone  during  a  performance  in  Manado  on  June  07  as   part  of  a  community  service  donations  event  during  Pacific.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an   annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its   seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,   non-­‐government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie   Dexter/Released)

120607-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐071  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  –  Musician  3rd  Class   Shelby  Tucci  plays  trumpet  during  a  performance  in  Manado  on  June  07  as  part  of  a   community  service  donations  event  during  Pacific  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual   U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year   that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐ government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie   Dexter/Released)

120607-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐083  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  –  Indonesian  musicians   put  on  a  performance  in  Manado  on  June  07  as  part  of  a  community  service   donations  event  during  Pacific.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter/Released)  

120607-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐127  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  –  Mission  Commander   Capt.  Jim  Morgan  gives  a  speech  on  June  07  as  part  of  a  community  service   donations  event  during  Pacific.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter/Released)  

120607-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐112  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  –  Mission  Commander   Capt.  Jim  Morgan,  left,  speaks  with  Mayor  Vicky  Lumentut  on  June  07  as  part  of  a   community  service  donations  event  during  Pacific.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual   U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year   that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐ government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie   Dexter/Released)

120607-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐124  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  –Mayor  Vicky  Lumentut   gives  a  speech  on  June  07  as  part  of  a  community  service  donations  event  during   Pacific.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military   personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government  organizations  and   international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response   capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter/Released)

120607-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐203  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  –  Traditional   Indonesian  dancers  perform  in  Manado  on  June  07  as  part  of  a  community  service   donations  event  during  Pacific.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter/Released)

120607-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐242  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  –  Traditional   Indonesian  dancers  perform  in  Manado  on  June  07  as  part  of  a  community  service   donations  event  during  Pacific.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter/Released)

120607-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐221  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  –  Traditional   Indonesian  dancers  perform  in  Manado  on  June  07  as  part  of  a  community  service   donations  event  during  Pacific  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter/Released)

120607-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐413  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  –  A  blind  Indonesian   choir  sings  hymns  in  Manado  on  June  07  as  part  of  a  community  service  donations   event  during  Pacific  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian   and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.   military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government  organizations  and   international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response   capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter/Released)

120607-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐520  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  –  A  blind  Indonesian   choir  member  sings  hymns  in  Manado  on  June  07  as  part  of  a  community  service   donations  event  during  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual   U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year   that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐ government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie   Dexter/Released)

120607-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐567  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  –  Students  of  the   University  of  Manado  choir  sings  and  dances  in  Manado  on  June  07  as  part  of  a   community  service  donations  event  during  Pacific.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual   U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year   that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐ government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie   Dexter/Released)

120607-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐650  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  –  Students  of  the   University  of  Manado  choir  sings  and  dances  in  Manado  on  June  07  as  part  of  a   community  service  donations  event  during  Pacific.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual   U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year   that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐ government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie   Dexter/Released)  

120607-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐589  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  –  Students  of  the   University  of  Manado  choir  sings  and  dances  in  Manado  on  June  07  as  part  of  a   community  service  donations  event  during  Pacific.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual   U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year   that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐ government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie   Dexter/Released)  

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐040  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  Royal  Australian  Navy   Theater  Nurse  Lt.  Chris  Trent  plays  with  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,   before  neurosurgery  and  maxillofacial  surgery  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,   Indonesia  as  part  of  a  collaborative  team  between  U.S.  military  personnel,  Australian   military  personnel  and  Indonesian  medical  personnel  for  Pacific  Partnership  2012.   Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and  partner  nations,   non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to  build   stronger  relationships  and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.   (U.S.  Navy  photo  released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Michael   Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐118  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  An  Indonesian  nursing   student  holds  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  before  neurosurgery  and   maxillofacial  surgery  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,  Indonesia  as  part  of  a   collaborative  team  between  U.S.  military  personnel,  Australian  military  personnel   and  Indonesian  medical  personnel  for  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh   year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships   and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo   released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Michael   Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐082  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  U.S.  Navy  Lt.  Cmdr.   Curtis  Gaball  holds  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  before  neurosurgery  and   maxillofacial  surgery  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,  Indonesia  as  part  of  a   collaborative  team  between  U.S.  military  personnel,  Australian  military  personnel   and  Indonesian  medical  personnel  for  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh   year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships   and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo   released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Michael   Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐097  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  An  Indonesian  nursing   student  holds  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  before  neurosurgery  and   maxillofacial  surgery  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,  Indonesia  as  part  of  a   collaborative  team  between  U.S.  military  personnel,  Australian  military  personnel   and  Indonesian  medical  personnel  for  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh   year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships   and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo   released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Michael   Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐163  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  Cmdr.  Thomas  Chung   marks  the  head  of  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  prior  to  neurosurgery  and   maxillofacial  surgery  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,  Indonesia  as  part  of  a   collaborative  team  between  U.S.  military  personnel,  Australian  military  personnel   and  Indonesian  medical  personnel  for  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh   year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships   and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo   released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Michael   Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐164  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  Cmdr.  Thomas  Chung   marks  the  head  of  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  prior  to  neurosurgery  and   maxillofacial  surgery  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,  Indonesia  as  part  of  a   collaborative  team  between  U.S.  military  personnel,  Australian  military  personnel   and  Indonesian  medical  personnel  during  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its   seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and   civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships   and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo   released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Michael   Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐160  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  Cmdr.  Thomas  Chung   marks  the  head  of  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  prior  to  neurosurgery  and   maxillofacial  surgery  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,  Indonesia  as  part  of  a   collaborative  team  between  U.S.  military  personnel,  Australian  military  personnel   and  Indonesian  medical  personnel  for  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh   year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships   and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo   released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Michael   Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐178  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  U.S.  military,  Australian   military  and  Indonesian  surgeons  perform  neurosurgery  and  maxillofacial  surgery   for  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,   Indonesia  as  part  of  a  collaborative  team  of  medical  personnel  during  Pacific   Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.   Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and   partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies   designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the   Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd   Class  Michael  Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐176  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  U.S.  military,  Australian   military  and  Indonesian  surgeons  perform  neurosurgery  and  maxillofacial  surgery   for  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,   Indonesia  as  part  of  a  collaborative  team  of  medical  personnel  during  Pacific   Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.   Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and   partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies   designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the   Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd   Class  Michael  Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐240  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  U.S.  military,  Australian   military  and  Indonesian  surgeons  perform  neurosurgery  and  maxillofacial  surgery   for  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,   Indonesia  as  part  of  a  collaborative  team  of  medical  personnel  during  Pacific   Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.   Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and   partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies   designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the   Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd   Class  Michael  Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐240  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  U.S.  military,  Australian   military  and  Indonesian  surgeons  perform  neurosurgery  and  maxillofacial  surgery   for  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,   Indonesia  as  part  of  a  collaborative  team  of  medical  personnel  during  Pacific   Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.   Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and   partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies   designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the   Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd   Class  Michael  Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐178  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  U.S.  military,  Australian   military  and  Indonesian  surgeons  perform  neurosurgery  and  maxillofacial  surgery   for  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,   Indonesia  as  part  of  a  collaborative  team  of  medical  personnel  during  Pacific   Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.   Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and   partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies   designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the   Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd   Class  Michael  Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐241  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  U.S.  Navy  Lt.  Cmdr.   Curtis  Gaball    collaborates  with  other  U.S.  military,  Australian  military  and   Indonesian  surgeons  to  perform  neurosurgery  and  maxillofacial  surgery  for  Hendra   Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,  Indonesia  as   part  of  a  team  between  medical  personnel  during  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in   its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and   civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships   and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo   released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Michael   Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐287  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  U.S.  military,  Australian   military  and  Indonesian  surgeons  perform  neurosurgery  and  maxillofacial  surgery   for  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,   Indonesia  as  part  of  a  collaborative  team  of  medical  personnel  during  Pacific   Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.   Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and   partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies   designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the   Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd   Class  Michael  Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐288  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  U.S.  military,  Australian   military  and  Indonesian  surgeons  perform  neurosurgery  and  maxillofacial  surgery   for  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,   Indonesia  as  part  of  a  collaborative  team  of  medical  personnel  during  Pacific   Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.   Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and   partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies   designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the   Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd   Class  Michael  Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐245  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  U.S.  military,  Australian   military  and  Indonesian  surgeons  perform  neurosurgery  and  maxillofacial  surgery   for  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,   Indonesia  as  part  of  a  collaborative  team  between  medical  personnel  during  Pacific   Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.   Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and   partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies   designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the   Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd   Class  Michael  Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐446  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  U.S.  military,  Australian   military  and  Indonesian  surgeons  perform  neurosurgery  and  maxillofacial  surgery   for  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,   Indonesia  as  part  of  a  collaborative  team  of  medical  personnel  during  Pacific   Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.   Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and   partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies   designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the   Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd   Class  Michael  Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐552  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  A  U.S.  Navy  Nurse  and  a   Royal  Australian  Navy  Theater  Nurse  prepare  to  move  Hendra  Mangadil,  an   Indonesian  child,  into  intensive  care  after  neurosurgery  and  maxillofacial  surgery   June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,  Indonesia  as  part  of  a  collaborative  team  of  U.S.   military  personnel,  Australian  military  personnel  and  Indonesian  medical  personnel   during  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an   annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host   and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies   designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the   Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd   Class  Michael  Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐345  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  U.S.  military,  Australian   military  and  Indonesian  surgeons  perform  neurosurgery  and  maxillofacial  surgery   for  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,   Indonesia  as  part  of  a  collaborative  team  of  medical  personnel  during  Pacific   Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.   Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and   partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies   designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the   Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd   Class  Michael  Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐598  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  Hendrick  Mangadil     reunites  with  his  son,  Hendra,  after  U.S.  Navy,  Australian  military,  and  Indonesian   surgeons  performed  neurosurgery  and  maxillofacial  surgery  June  7  at  Siloam   Hospital  in  Manado,  Indonesia  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its   seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and   civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships   and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo   released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Michael   Feddersen/RELEASED)  

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐581  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  Hendrick  Mangadil   reunites  with  his  son,  Hendra,  after  U.S.  Navy,  Australian  military,  and  Indonesian   surgeons  performed  neurosurgery  and  maxillofacial  surgery  June  7  at  Siloam   Hospital  in  Manado,  Indonesia  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its   seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and   civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships   and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo   released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Michael   Feddersen/RELEASED)  

 

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐574  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  Hendrick  Mangadil   reunites  with  his  son,  Hendra,  after  U.S.  Navy,  Australian  military,  and  Indonesian   surgeons  performed  neurosurgery  and  maxillofacial  surgery  June  7  at  Siloam   Hospital  in  Manado,  Indonesia  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its   seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and   civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships   and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo   released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Michael   Feddersen/RELEASED)    

120607-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐660  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  7,  2012)  U.S.  military,  Australian   military  and  Indonesian  surgeons  perform  neurosurgery  and  maxillofacial  surgery   for  Hendra  Mangadil,  an  Indonesian  child,  June  7  at  Siloam  Hospital  in  Manado,   Indonesia  as  part  of  a  collaborative  team  of  medical  personnel  during  Pacific   Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.   Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and   partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies   designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the   Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  released  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd   Class  Michael  Feddersen/RELEASED)    

 

120608-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐019  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  8,  2012)  –  Medical  technician   Richard  Byl,  right,  speaks  with  Mission  Commander  Capt.  Jim  Morgan,  center,  and   Chief  Hospital  Corpsman  Mauricio  Lopez  during  a  visit  to  Liun  Kendage  Hospital  08   June  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific   Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120608-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐052  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  8,  2012)  –Mission  Commander   Capt.  Jim  Morgan,  left,  speaks  with  laboratory  analyst  technician  Ronny  Wuaten   during  a  visit  to  Liun  Kendage  Hospital  08  June  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.   Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance   mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host   and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to   build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout   the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class   Laurie  Dexter)  

120608-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐102  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  8,  2012)  –  Service  members  play   a  game  of  volleyball  with  local  Indonesians  08  June  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership   2012.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military   personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and   international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response   capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120608-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐202  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  8,  2012)  –  Service  members  play   a  game  of  soccer  with  local  Indonesians  08  June  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.   Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance   mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host   and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to   build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout   the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class   Laurie  Dexter)  

120608-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐285  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  8,  2012)  –  Culinary  Specialist  2nd   Class  Jiefeng  Cao  high-­‐fives  local  Indonesian  children  after  a  game  of  soccer  08  June   as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120608-O-ZZ999-002 NORTH SULAWESI (June 8, 2012) -- Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Lah Ntums works on a ultrasound machine at a hospital in Sangihe as part of Pacific Partnership 2012 Bio Medical team on June 8. Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120608-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐352  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  8,  2012)  –  Mission  Commander   Capt.  Jim  Morgan  entertains  Indonesian  children  08  June  as  part  of  Pacific   Partnership  2012.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian   and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.   military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and   international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response   capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120608-O-ZZ999-003 NORTH SULAWESI (June 8, 2012) -- Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Michael Hitefield checks the conductivity of a Surgical Light at a hospital in Sangihe as part of Pacific Partnership 2012 Bio Medical team on June 8. Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120608-O-ZZ999-005 NORTH SULAWESI (June 8, 2012) -- Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Michael Hitefield examines a Surgical Light at a hospital in Sangihe as part of Pacific Partnership 2012 Bio Medical team on June 8. Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120608-O-ZZ999-007 NORTH SULAWESI (June 8, 2012) -- Diana Camergo, a Latter Day Saints volunteer, examines the eye of an Indonesian woman at a medical civil action project site on Sangihe, on June 8. Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120608-O-ZZ999-006 NORTH SULAWESI (June 8, 2012) -- Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class John Hagedorn examines a Surgical Pump at a hospital in Sangihe as part of Pacific Partnership 2012 Bio Medical team on June 8. Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120608-O-ZZ999-010 NORTH SULAWESI (June 8, 2012) -- Lt. Jennifer EngKulawy checks the mouth and throat of an Indonesian boy during a medical civil action project site on Sangihe, on June 8. Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120608-O-ZZ999-009 NORTH SULAWESI (June 8, 2012) -- Lt. Jennifer EngKulawy listens to an Indonesian boy's heart beat at a medical civil action project site on the island of Sangihe, on June 8. Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120608-O-ZZ999-008 NORTH SULAWESI (June 8, 2012) -- Leading Seaman, Rachelle Johnson of the Royal Australian Navy shares a laugh with local Indonesian women at a medical civil action project site on Sangihe, on June 8. Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120608-O-ZZ999-012 NORTH SULAWESI (June 8, 2012) -- Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class George Sarpong high-fives an Indonesian girl at a medical civil action project site on Sangihe, on June 8. Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120608-O-ZZ999-011 NORTH SULAWESI (June 8, 2012) -- Chief Medical Corpsman Freddie Mawanay checks over a prescription at a medical civil action project site on Sangihe, on June 8. Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120608-­‐N-­‐7441-­‐001  NORTH  SULAWESI  (June  8,  2012)  –Dr.  Stuart  Whiddon,  frpm   the  Free  Dental  Society,  prepares  six  year-­‐old  patient  Aldi  Lakada  for  oral  treatment   during  a  Medical  Civil  Action  Program  (MEDCAP)  on  the  Island  of  Sangihe  during   Pacific  Partnership  2012,  8  June.  Pacific  Partnership,  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  2ND  Class  Roadell  Hickman/Released)  

120608-­‐N-­‐7441-­‐002  NORTH  SULAWESI  (June  8,  2012)  –  The  Military  Sealift   Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH  19)  sits  off  the  coast  of  Sangihe  during   Pacific  Partnership  2012,  8  June.  Pacific  Partnership,  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  2ND  Class  Roadell  Hickman/Released)  

120609-­‐N-­‐7441-­‐001  NORTH  SULAWESI  (June  9,  2012)  –  A  Joint  Engineering  Civil   Action  Program  (ENCAP)  team,  which  includes  personnel  from  Naval  Mobile   Construction  Battalion  Forty,  the  Australian  6th  Engineer  Support  Regiment  and  the   Australian  21st  Construction  Squadron,  lays  a  fresh  coat  of  paint  on  a  wall  outside   the  Beo  Health  Center  in  Talaud.  The  team  includes  Construction  Mechanic   Christopher  Kime  (left),  Sapper’s  Brent  Wetten  (second  from  right)  and  Alexander   McDowell  (right).  The  Seabee  Battalion  and  Australian  engineers  renovated  a  health   clinic  and  primary  school.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.    (U.S.   Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  2ND  Class  Roadell   Hickman/Released)  

120609-­‐N-­‐7441-­‐002  NORTH  SULAWESI  (June  9,  2012)  –  Builder  Constructionman   Caesar  Werts  of  Naval  Mobile  Construction  Battalion  Forty  makes  friends  with  local   school  children  of  the  Island  of  Talaud.  Wert  and  members  of  his  battalion   renovated  a  Beo  Health  Center  and  Beo  Primary  School.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an   annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its   seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,   non-­‐government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  2ND  Class  Roadell   Hickman/Released)  

120609-­‐N-­‐7441-­‐003  NORTH  SULAWESI  (June  9,  2012)  –  A  neighborhood  resident   takes  time  to  show  her  appreciation  of  the  work  done  by  members  of  the  Joint   Engineering  Civil  Action  Program  (ENCAP)  team  by  preparing  a  local  dish.  The   support  team  includes  Naval  Mobile  Construction  Battalion  Forty  ADF,  6th  Engineer   Support  Regiment  and  the  Australian  21st  Construction  Squadron.  Pacific   Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission   now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and   partner  nations,  non-­‐government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build   stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the   Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  2ND  Class   Roadell  Hickman/Released)  

20120609_montoy_-0767 (North Sulawesi, June 9) Surgeons aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH-19) remove an enlarged thyroid gland from an Indonesian man on June 9. Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy)

20120609_montoy_-0755 (North Sulawesi, June 9) Surgeons aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH-19) remove an enlarged thyroid gland from an Indonesian man on June 9. Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy)

20120609_montoy_-0866 (North Sulawesi, June 9) Surgeons Lt. Cmdr. Thomas Chung (left) and Lt. Cmdr. Curtis Gaball work on removing a basel cell carcinoma from an Indonesian woman on June 9 aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH-19). Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy)

20120609_montoy_-0835 (North Sulawesi, June 9) Surgeons Lt. Cmdr. Curtis Gaball (left) and Lt. Cmdr. Thomas Chung work on removing a basel cell carcinoma from an Indonesian woman on June 9 aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH-19). Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy)

20120609_montoy_-0950 (North Sulawesi, June 9) Surgeons Lt. Cmdr. Curtis Gaball (left) and Lt. Caroline Messmer work on facial reconstruction after removing a basel cell carcinoma from an Indonesian woman on June 9 aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH-19). Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy)

20120609_montoy_-0953 (North Sulawesi, June 9) Surgeon Lt. Caroline Messmer works on facial reconstruction after removing a basel cell carcinoma from an Indonesian woman on June 9 aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH-19). Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy)

120609-O-ZZ999-002 NORTH SULAWESI (June 9, 2012) -- Mindy Li, a volunteer for San Diego Pre-Dental Society, plays rock, paper, scissors with the local Indonesian children at a medical civil action project site for Pacific Partnership on Talaud on June 9. Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120609-O-ZZ999-003 NORTH SULAWESI (June 9, 2012) -- An Indonesian boy watches a MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter, assigned to the "Blackjacks" of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 21, drop-off medical supplies at a medical civil action project site for Pacific Partnership on Talaud on June 9. Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120609-O-ZZ999-004 NORTH SULAWESI (June 9, 2012) – A MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter, assigned to the "Blackjacks" of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 21, lands at the medical civil action project site for Pacific Partnership on Talaud on June 9. Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

20609-O-ZZ999-005 NORTH SULAWESI (June 9, 2012) -- An Indonesian boy climbs a tree to get a better view of a MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter, assigned to the "Blackjacks" of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 21, at the medical civil action project site for Pacific Partnership on Talaud on June 9. Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)  

120609-O-ZZ999-006 NORTH SULAWESI (June 9, 2012) -- Lt. Christopher Chung moves supplies at the medical civil action project site for Pacific Partnership on Talaud on June 9. Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120609-N-GL340-076 TALAUD, INDONESIA (June 9, 2012) Mindy Li, a volunteer on Pacific Partnership 2012 with the University of California San Diego Dental Society, makes flower necklaces with an Indonesian girl during a medical civil action project June 9 as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is a humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Michael Feddersen/ RELEASED)

120609-N-GL340-123 TALAUD, INDONESIA (June 9, 2012) Jennifer Hall, a volunteer on Pacific Partnership 2012 with the University of California San Diego Dental Society, blows bubbles with an Indonesian boy during a medical civil action project June 9 as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is a humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Michael Feddersen/ RELEASED)

120609-O-ZZ999-007 NORTH SULAWESI (June 9, 2012) -- Capt. Murdock Macdougall (right) of the Canadian Army and Hospitalman Chelsea Craft lift a box of supplies onto the back of a truck at the medical civil action project site for Pacific Partnership on Talaud on June 9. Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120609-N-GL340-184 TALAUD, INDONESIA (June 9, 2012) Pacific Partnership and Indonesian military personnel move boxes of supplies for a medical civil action project June 9 as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is a humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Michael Feddersen/ RELEASED)

120609-N-GL340-141 TALAUD, INDONESIA (June 9, 2012) Master at Arms 3rd Class Derrick Durham plays with Indonesian children during a medical civil action project June 9 as part of Pacific Partnership 2012. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is a humanitarian and civic assistance mission U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-governmental organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Michael Feddersen/ RELEASED)

120609-N-GL340-191 TALAUD,  INDONESIA  (June  9,  2012)  An  Indonesian  girl   watches  Pacific  Partnership  and  Indonesian  military  personnel  move  supplies  into  a   building  for  a  medical  civil  action  project  June  9  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.   Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  a  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance   mission  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Michael  Feddersen/  RELEASED)  

120609-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐038  TALAUD,  INDONESIA  (June  9,  2012)  –  Forman  Carpenter  Cpl.   Tim  Lee,  of  the  Australian  Army,  lets  a  local  Indonesian  child  wear  his  slouch  hat  09   June  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific   Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120609-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐027  TALAUD,  INDONESIA  (June  9,  2012)  –  Equipment  Operator   Constructionman  Cody  Askew  flips  through  the  pages  of  a  photo  book  with  a  local   Indonesian  child  09  June  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Pacific  Partnership  is   an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its   seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,   non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120609-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐059  TALAUD,  INDONESIA  (June  9,  2012)  –  Service  members  play   soccer  with  the  local  Indonesian  children  09  June  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership   2012.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military   personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and   international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response   capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120609-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐167  TALAUD,  INDONESIA  (June  9,  2012)  –  Musician  3rd  Class   Steve  Lamonica  lets  local  Indonesian  children  strum  his  guitar  09  June  as  part  of   Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120609-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐274  TALAUD,  INDONESIA  (June  9,  2012)  –  Mission  Commander   Capt.  Jim  Morgan,  right,  hangs  a  Pacific  Partnership  2012  (PP12)  poster  inside  of  a   recently  constructed  emergency  room  09  June  as  part  of  PP12.  Pacific  Partnership  is   an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its   seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,   non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120609-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐320  TALAUD,  INDONESIA  (June  9,  2012)  –  Mission  Commander   Capt.  Jim  Morgan,  center,  site  surveys  recently  refurbished  medical  buildings  09   June  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific   Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120610-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐101  SIAU,  INDONESIA  (June  10,  2012)  –  Musician  Chief  Nate   Bissell  brings  smiles  to  Indonesian  children’s  faces  during  the  official  closing   ceremony  for  the  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Over  1700  people  received  free  medical   and  dental  aid  during  the  visit,  and  veterinarians  also  conducted  free  clinics  to  help   keep  the  islands  pets  and  livestock  healthy..  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.   Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that   brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120610-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐150  SIAU,  INDONESIA  (June  10,  2012)  –  An  Indonesian  girl  joins   the  Pacific  Fleet  Band  by  keeping  the  beat  with  a  maraca  during  a  performance  at   the  closing  ceremony  in  Siau  on  June  10,  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012  (PP12).   Over  1700  people  on  the  island  received  free  medical  and  dental  aid  during  the   PP12  visit,  and  veterinarians  also  conducted  free  clinics  to  help  keep  the  islands   pets  and  livestock  healthy.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120610-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐045  SIAU,  INDONESIA  (June  10,  2012)  –  Local  musicians  on  the   island  of  Siau  in  northeast  Indonesia  perform  songs  during  the  official  closing   ceremony  for  Pacific  Partnership  2012.Over  1700  people  received  free  medical  and   dental  aid  during  the  visit,  and  veterinarians  also  conducted  free  clinics  to  help  keep   the  island’s  pets  and  livestock  healthy.     Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance   mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host   and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to   build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout   the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class   Laurie  Dexter)  

120610-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐360  SIAU,  INDONESIA  (June  10,  2012)  –  Mission  Commander  Capt.   James  Morgan  gives  thanks  to  his  Indonesian  counterparts  on  the  island  of  Siau  on     June  10,  during  an  official  closing  ceremony  for  Pacific  Partnership  2012  on  the   island.  Over  1700  people  received  free  medical  and  dental  aid  during  the  visit,  and   veterinarians  also  conducted  free  clinics  to  help  keep  the  islands  pets  and  livestock   healthy.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military   personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and   international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response   capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120610-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐456  SIAU,  INDONESIA  (June  10,  2012)  –  Musician  3rd  Class  Steve   Lamonica  dances  with  a  local  Indonesian  woman  in  Siau  on  June  10  during  the   island’s  official  closing  ceremony  for  the  Pacific  Partnership  2012  mission..  Over   1700  people  received  free  medical  and  dental  aid  during  the  visit,  and  veterinarians   also  conducted  free  clinics  to  help  keep  the  islands  pets  and  livestock  healthy.   Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance   mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host   and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to   build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout   the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class   Laurie  Dexter)  

120610-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐377  SIAU,  INDONESIA  (June  10,  2012)  –  Mission  Commander  Capt.   James  Morgan  addresses  a  group  of  assembled  dignitaries  on  the  island  of  Siau  on   June  10,  during  the  official  closing  ceremony  for  the  Pacific  Partnership  2012  on  the   island.  Over  1700  people  received  free  medical  and  dental  aid  during  the  visit,  and   veterinarians  also  conducted  free  clinics  to  help  keep  the  islands  pets  and  livestock   healthy.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military   personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and   international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response   capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120610-O-ZZ999-001 NORTH SULAWESI (June 10, 2012) -- Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kristopher Regan shows local Indonesian children a digital video camera at a medical civil action project site for Pacific Partnership on the island of Saui on June 9. Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120610-O-ZZ999-002 NORTH SULAWESI (June 10, 2012) -- Military and civilian volunteer dental staff at a medical civil action project site on the Indonesian island of Suai repack dental supplies prior to returning to their ship on June 9. The team had visited the island during Pacific Partnership 2012, which is based aboard the massive US Hospital Ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19). Pacific Partnership, an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)  

20120611_montoy_-1144 SANGIHE, INDONESIA (June 11, 2012) World Vets volunteer veterinarian Eilidh Hawkins cleans a lesion on a cow with salt water during a veterinary civil action project in Sangihe, Indonesia. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy/released)

20120611_montoy_-1152 SANGIHE, INDONESIA (June 11, 2012) World Vets volunteer veterinarian Helle Hydeskov shows a local veterinarian how to vaccinate a cow as part of a veterinary civil action project in Sangihe, Indonesia. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy/released)

20120611_montoy_-1137 SANGIHE, INDONESIA (June 11, 2012) World Vets volunteer veterinarian Stefanie Bolas vaccinates a cow as part of a veterinary civil action project in Sangihe, Indonesia.Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy/released)

20120611_montoy_-1123 SANGIHE, INDONESIA (June 11, 2012) World Vets volunteer veterinarian Eilidh Hawkins vaccinates a cow as part of a combined group of military, volunteer and local veterinary specialists that conducted a veterinary civil action project in Sangihe, Indonesia. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy/released)

SANGIHE, INDONESIA (June 11, 2012) U.S. Army Spc. Bradley McWillie teaches a group of local children to properly throw a frisbee a during a civic action project in Sangihe, Indonesia. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy/released)

SANGIHE, INDONESIA (June 11, 2012) World Vets volunteer Helle Hydeskov examines a baby goat’s swollen leg as part of a veterinary civic action project in Sangihe, Indonesia. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy/released)

SANGIHE, INDONESIA (June 11, 2012) U.S Army Capt. Shannon McLean and World Vets volunteer veterinarian Helle Hydeskov examine a baby goat’s leg as part of a veterinary civic action project in Sangihe, Indonesia. Now in its seventh year, Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Camelia Montoy/released)

120611-­‐N-­‐7441-­‐001  NORTH  SULAWESI  (June  11,  2012)  –U.S.  Navy  Hospital   Corpsman  First  Class  Michael  Hitefield  (center)  checks  the  amperage  on  a  sterilizer   machine  during  a  biomedical  civic  action  project  in  Sangihe,  Indonesia.  Now  in  its   seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and   civic  assistance  mission  designed  to  work  by,  with  and  through  host  and  partner   nations,  non-­‐government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build   partnership  and  a  collective  ability  to  respond  to  natural  disasters.  (U.S.  Navy  photo   by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  2ND  Class  Roadell  Hickman/Released)  

120608-­‐N-­‐7441-­‐003  NORTH  SULAWESI  (June  11,  2012)  –  U.S.  Navy  Hospital   Corpsman  1st  Class  Charles  Elliott  repairs  the  hydraulics  on  a  dental  chair      as  part   of  a  biomedical  civic  action  project  at  a  hospital  in  Sangihe,  Indonesia.  Now  in  its   seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and   civic  assistance  mission  designed  to  work  by,  with  and  through  host  and  partner   nations,  non-­‐government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build   partnership  and  a  collective  ability  to  respond  to  natural  disasters.  (U.S.  Navy  photo   by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  2ND  Class  Roadell  Hickman/released)  

120611-­‐N-­‐7441-­‐002  NORTH  SULAWESI  (June  11,  2012)  –  U.S.  Navy  Hospital   Corpsman  First  Class  Michael  Hitefield,  left,  checks  the  amperage  on  a  sterilizer   during  a  biomedical  civic  action  project  in  Sangihe,  Indonesia.  Now  in  its  seventh   year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  designed  to  work  by,  with  and  through  host  and  partner  nations,   non-­‐government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  partnership  and   a  collective  ability  to  respond  to  natural  disasters.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  2ND  Class  Roadell  Hickman/Released)  

120611-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐100  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  11,  2012)  U.S.  Army  Spc.  Bradley   McWillie  and  a  local  Indonesian  veterinarian  administer  inoculations  to  a  cow   during  a  veterinary  civil  actions  project  in  Sangihe,  Indonesia.  Now  in  its  seventh   year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civil   assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships   and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by   Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Michael  Feddersen/released)  

120611-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐107  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  11,  2012)  World  Vets  volunteer   Helle  Hydeskov  works  with  local  veterinarians  during  a  veterinary  civil  actions   project  (VETCAP)  in  Sangihe,  Indonesia.  VETCAPs  are  projects  performed  by  a  joint   group  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012  veterinary  specialists  to  work  with  the  local   population  to  immunize  animals  such  as  cows,  goats,  cats  and  dogs  against  rabies,   worms,  as  well  as  various  diseases.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an   annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civil  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host   and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies   designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the   Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class   Michael  Feddersen/released)  

120611-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐113  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  11,  2012)  U.S.  Army  Spc.  Bradley   McWillie,  right,  and  World  Vets  volunteer  Helle  Hydeskev  work  with  a  local   Indonesian  veterinarian  to  administer  inoculations  to  a  cow  during  a  veterinary   civic  actions  project  (VETCAP)    in  Sangihe,  Indonesia.  VETCAPs  are  projects   performed  by  a  joint  group  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012  veterinary  specialists  to   work  with  the  local  population  to  immunize  animals  such  as  cows,  goats,  cats  and   dogs  against  rabies,  worms,  as  well  as  various  diseases.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,   Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civil  assistance   mission  U.S.  military,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and   international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  disaster   response  capabilities  in  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Michael  Feddersen/released)  

20611-­‐N-­‐GL340-­‐226  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  11,  2012)  U.S.  Army  Spc.  Bradley   McWillie,  right,  and  U.S.  Army  Maj.  Loren  Adams,  centre,  administer  inoculations  to   a  goat  during  a  veterinary  civic  actions  project  in  Sangihe,  IndonesiaNow  in  its   seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and   civil  assistance  mission  U.S.  military,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  designed  to  build  stronger  relationships   and  disaster  response  capabilities  in  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by   Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Michael  Feddersen/released)  

120611-O-ZZ999-001 NORTH SULAWESI, Indonesia (June 11, 2012) – U.S. Navy Musician 3rd Class Jason Gay participates in a U.S. Pacific Fleet Band performance to Indonesian locals in Sangihe, Indonesia. . Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder/released)

120611-O-ZZ999-003 NORTH SULAWESI, Indonesia (June 11, 2012) -- Lt. Robert Wrenn conducts the U.S. Pacific Fleet Band during a concert for Indonesian locals on the island of Sangihe, IndonesiaPacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder/released)

120611-O-ZZ999-005 NORTH SULAWESI, Indonesia (June 11, 2012) – U.S. Navy Musician 3rd Class Steve Lamonica interacts with an Indonesian local as she plays the tambourine during a U.S. Pacific Fleet Band concert on the island of Sangihe, IndonesiaPacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120611-O-ZZ999-006 NORTH SULAWESI, Indonesia (June 11, 2012) -- Local Indonesians engage with U.S. Navy Musician 3rd Class Steve Lamonica as he sings a pop song during a U.S. Pacific Fleet Band concert on the island of Sangihe, IndonesiaPacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder/released)

120611-O-ZZ999-004 NORTH SULAWESI, Indonesia (June 11, 2012) – U.S. Navy Musician 3rd Class Travis Smilen performs the Bango during a concert for Indonesian locals on the island of Sangihe, Indonesia. Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder/released)

120611-O-ZZ999-007 NORTH SULAWESI, Indonesia (June 11, 2012) – U.S. Navy Musician 2nd Class Steve Hux lays down the beat on the drums during a U.S. Pacific Fleet Band concert for Indonesian locals on the island of Sangihe, Indonesia. Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder/released)

120611-O-ZZ999-008 NORTH SULAWESI, Indonesia (June 11, 2012) -- Local Indonesians flock to hear the U.S. Navy Pacific Fleet Band play during a concert on the island of Sangihe, Indonesia. Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder/released)

120611-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐151  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  11,  2012)  –  Mission  Commander   Capt.  James  Morgan  makes  way  for  a  patient  during  a  site  survey  to  a  veterinarian   civic  action  project(VETCAP)  in  Sangihe,  Indonesia.The  VETCAP  vaccinated  and   administered  various  antibiotics  to  approximately  200  animals  as  part  of  Pacific   Partnership  2012.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian   and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.   military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and   international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develops  disaster   response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter/released)  

120611-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐288  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  11,  2012)  –  U.S.  Navy  Musician   1st  Class  John  Wheeler  wails  on  his  trumpet  during  a  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  Band   performance  in  Sangihe,  Indonesia.  This  is  the  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  Band’s  17th   performance  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual   U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year   that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐ governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie   Dexter/released)  

120611-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐164  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  11,  2012)  –  World  Vets  volunteer   Ellie  Milnes  administers  a  vaccination  to  a  puppy  during  a  veterinarian  civic   assistance  project  (VETCAP)  in  Sangihe,  Indonesia.  The  VETCAP  vaccinated  and   administered  various  antibiotics  to  approximately  200  animals  as  part  of  Pacific   Partnership  2012.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian   and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.   military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and   international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response   capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter/released)  

120611-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐186  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  11,  2012)  –  U.S  Army  Spc.  Lesley   Ogle  administers  antibiotics  to  a  dog  during  a  veterinarian  civic  assistance  project   (VETCAP)  in  Sangihe.  The  VETCAP  vaccinated  and  administered  various  antibiotics   to  approximately  200  animals  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Pacific   Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission   now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and   partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to   build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout   the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class   Laurie  Dexter/released)  

120611-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐405  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  11,  2012)  –  Sailors  from  the   U.S.Pacific  Fleet  Band  receive  a  standing  ovation  during  a  show  in  Sangihe,   Indonesia.  This  is  the  band’s  17th  performance  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.   Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance   mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host   and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to   build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  c apabilities  throughout   the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class   Laurie  Dexter/released)  

120611-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐360  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  11,  2012)  –  U.S.  Navy  Musician   3rd  Class  Travis  Smilen  embraces  stardom  in  Sangihe,  Indonesia  during  U.S.  Pacific   Fleet  Band’s  17th  performance  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Pacific   Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission   now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and   partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to   build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout   the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class   Laurie  Dexter/released)  

120611-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐067  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  11,  2012)  –  Mission  Commander   Capt.  Jim  Morgan  offers  a  Project  Handclasp  box  of  donated  stuffed  animals  to  the   Imanuel  Orphanage  in  Sangihe,  Indonesia.    Project  Handclasp  donated  15  boxes  of   toys  and  various  hygiene  products  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Pacific   Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission   now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and   partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to   build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout   the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class   Laurie  Dexter/released)  

120611-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐098  SANGIHE,  INDONESIA  (June  11,  2012)  –  Mission  Commander   Capt.  Jim  Morgan  brightens  a  child’s  day  by  offering  a  stuffed  animal  at  the  Imanuel   Orphanage  in  Sangihe,  Indonesia.    Project  Handclasp  donated  15  boxes  of  toys  and   various  hygiene  products  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Pacific  Partnership  is   an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its   seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,   non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie   Dexter/released)  

120612-O-ZZ999-002 NORTH SULAWESI, Indonesia (June 12, 2012) -- Aviation Boatswain Mate 2nd Class Garcia Fernando guilds a MH-60S KnightHawk helicopter, assigned to the Blackjacks of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 21. The helicopter is bringing equipment back following its return from a Medical Civic Action Project on Sangihe on June 12, to the flight deck of Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19). Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, which is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120612-O-ZZ999-001 NORTH SULAWESI, Indonesia (June 12, 2012) -Aviation Boatswain Mate 3rd Class Mark Digman unpacks equipment following its return from a Medical Civic Action Project on Sangihe on June 12. Sangehi was one of several islands in North Sulawesi that Pacific Partnership 2012 visited. Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120612-O-ZZ999-003 NORTH SULAWESI, Indonesia (June 12, 2012) -- Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) sails through the remote islands to the Northeast of North Sulawesi, Indonesia, on June 12. The Mercy had just left Sangihe i, one of several islands in North Sulawesi that Pacific Partnership 2012 visited. Pacific Partnership is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian aid civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, nongovernment organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the AsiaPacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120613-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐020  NORTH  SULAWESI,  INDONESIA  (June  13,  2012)  –  Hospital   Corpsman  3rd  Class  Jeremy  Dominguez  takes  the  temperature  of  4-­‐year-­‐old  Fabio   Pakasi  on  June  13.  Fabio  received  a  hernia  repair  operation  during  surgery  services   aboard  Military  Sealift  Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH  19)  during  Pacific   Partnership  2012.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian   and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.   military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and   international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response   capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120613-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐010  NORTH  SULAWESI,  INDONESIA  (June  13,  2012)  –  Hospital   Corpsman  3rd  Class  Jeremy  Dominguez  plays  a  game  of  wits  with  a  post  operative   patient  on  June  13.  Pacific  Partnership  personnel  frequently  engage  in  games  with   patients  as  part  of  the  post-­‐operative  healing  process.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an   annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its   seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,   non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120613-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐037  NORTH  SULAWESI,  INDONESIA  (June  13,  2012)  –  Hospital   Corpsman  3rd  Class  Jeremy  Dominguez  comforts  4-­‐year-­‐old  Fabio  Pakasi  on  June  13.   Fabio  received  a  hernia  repair  operation  during  surgery  services  aboard  Military   Sealift  Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH  19)  during  Pacific  Partnership   2012.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military   personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and   international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response   capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120613-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐063  NORTH  SULAWESI,  INDONESIA  (June  13,  2012)  –  Hospital   Corpsman  2nd  Class  Marcel  Johnson  aids  patient  Evi  Yanti  to  walk  around  after   surgery  on  June  13.  Evi  received  surgery  on  her  leg  aboard  Military  Sealift  Command   hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH  19)  during  Pacific  Partnership  2012.   Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance   mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host   and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to   build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout   the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class   Laurie  Dexter)  

120613-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐044  NORTH  SULAWESI,  INDONESIA  (June  13,  2012)  –  Cmdr.   Angela  Kemp,  Division  Officer  for  Discharge  Planning,  left,  reviews  charts  of  patients   ready  for  discharge  on  June  13,  aboard  Military  Sealift  Command  hospital  ship  USNS   Mercy  (T-­‐AH  19)  during  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual   U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year   that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐ governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

20120613_montoy_-­‐1382  NORTH  SULAWESI,  INDONESIA  (June  13,  2012)  -­‐-­‐  An   Indonesian  patient  plans  his  next  move  during  a  game  of  chess  aboard  the  Military   Sealift  Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH  19)  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership   2012.  During  the  day,  patients  can  play  games  like  chess,  Wii  games,  corn  hole  and   ping-­‐pong  as  part  of  patient  recovery  or  guardian  free  time  aboard  the  ship.     Mercy  is  participating  in  Pacific  Partnership,  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (Photo  by   Camelia  Montoy)  

NORTH  SULAWESI,  INDONESIA  (June  13,  2012)  –  Indonesian  teenage  hospital   patients  play  ping-­‐pong  with  a  member  of  the  U.S.  Navy  while  aboard  the  Military   Sealift  Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH-­‐19)  during  Pacific  Partnership   2012.  During  the  day  patients  can  play  games  like  chess,  Wii,  corn  hole  and  ping-­‐   pong  during  patient  recovery  or  guardian  free  time  aboard  the  ship.     Mercy  is  participating  in  Pacific  Partnership,  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (Photo  by   Camelia  Montoy)  

20120613_montoy_-­‐1465  NORTH  SULAWESI,  INDONESIA  (June  13,  2012)  –   Dietitian  U.S.  Army  1st  Lt.  Wendy  Minarik  talks  to  a  group  of  Indonesian  adult   hospital  patients  about  health  and  diet  planning  prior  to  their  departure  from  the   Military  Sealift  Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH-­‐19).  Throughout   recovery,  patients  and  ship  personnel  discuss  common  medicinal  problems  and   ways  to  stay  healthy.  Mercy  is  participating  in  Pacific  Partnership,  an  annual  U.S.   Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that   brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (Photo  by   Camelia  Montoy)  

120613-O-ZZ999-001 NORTH SULAWESI, Indonesia (June 13, 2012) -Hospitalman Jenney Lu joyfully plays a game of "Patty Cake" with an Indonesian girl aboard Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during Pacific Partnership 2012. Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, which is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120613-O-ZZ999-003 NORTH SULAWESI, Indonesia (June 13, 2012) -- Cortney Marsh, a Project HOPE volunteer, checks an Indonesian patients vital signs aboard Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during Pacific Partnership 2012. Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, which is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120613-O-ZZ999-004 NORTH SULAWESI, Indonesia (June 13, 2012) -- Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Joseph Bin checks the vital signs on a Indonesian woman as she comes out surgery aboard Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during Pacific Partnership 2012. Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, which is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120613-O-ZZ999-007 NORTH SULAWESI, Indonesia (June 13, 2012) -- Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Vinson Ilog shows an Indonesian girl how to use a pair of crutches aboard Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during Pacific Partnership 2012. Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, which is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120613-O-ZZ999-009 NORTH SULAWESI, Indonesia (June 13, 2012) -Hospitalman Jenney Lu reads a story to an Indonesian girl in the pediatrics ward aboard Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during Pacific Partnership 2012. Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, which is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120613-O-ZZ999-008 NORTH SULAWESI, Indonesia (June 13, 2012) -- Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Vinson Ilog helps adjust an Indonesian girl's crutches aboard Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during Pacific Partnership 2012. Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, which is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120613-O-ZZ999-010 NORTH SULAWESI, Indonesia (June 13, 2012) -- An Indonesian man quickly grabs the falling Jenga game blocks as they tip over aboard Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during Pacific Partnership 2012. Seated board games are one of the ways patients and their guardians help pass the time after a surgery. Mercy is participating in Pacific Partnership, which is an annual U.S. Pacific Fleet humanitarian and civic assistance mission now in its seventh year that brings together U.S. military personnel, host and partner nations, non-government organizations and international agencies to build stronger relationships and develop disaster response capabilities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (Photo by Kristopher Radder)

120613-­‐N-­‐KW566-­‐002  (June  13,  2012)  NORTH  SULAWESI,  INDONESIA  –  San  Diego   Pre-­‐Dental  Society’s  Hanh  Nguyen  organizes  boxes  of  medical  supplies  to  be   administered  during  2012  Pacific  Partnership’s  upcoming  medical  aid  projects  in   the  Philippines.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific   Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  designed  to  work  by,  with  and   through  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government  organizations  and  international   agencies  to  build  partnership  and  a  collective  ability  to  respond  to  natural  disasters.   (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  2ND  Class  Roadell   Hickman/Released)  

120613-­‐N-­‐KW566-­‐001  (June  13,  2012)  NORTH  SULAWESI,  INDONESIA  –  Chief   Hospital  Corpsman  Lourdes  Angevine  assists  in  palletizing  medical  supplies  to  be   used  in  the  Philippinesas  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,   Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance   mission  designed  to  work  by,  with  and  through  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐ government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  partnership  and  a   collective  ability  to  respond  to  natural  disasters.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  2ND  Class  Roadell  Hickman/Released)  

120613-­‐N-­‐KW566-­‐003  (June  13,  2012)  NORTH  SULAWESI,  INDONESIA  –Hospital   Corpsman  1st  Class  Romanram  Biares  wraps  palletized  medical  supplies  that  will  be   administered  across  Southeast  Asia  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its   seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and   civic  assistance  mission  designed  to  work  by,  with  and  through  host  and  partner   nations,  non-­‐government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build   partnership  and  a  collective  ability  to  respond  to  natural  disasters.  (U.S.  Navy  photo   by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  2ND  Class  Roadell  Hickman/Released)  

120614-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐138  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  14,  2012)  –  Mission  Commander   Capt.  Jim  Morgan  expresses  his  appreciation  for  his  Indonesian  hosts’  hospitality   during  a  dinner  party  at  Governor  Harry  Sarundajang’s  residence.  The  dinner  was   held  as  a  thank-­‐you  and  farewell  to  the  Pacific  Partnership  2012  mission’s  visit  to   Indonesia.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military   personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and   international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response   capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120614-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐072  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  14,  2012)  –  Fidelia  Manoppo   performs  the  Maengket  dance  during  a  dinner  party  at  Governor  Harry   Sarundajang’s  personal  residence.  The  dinner  was  held  as  a  thank-­‐you  and  farewell   to  the  Pacific  Partnership  2012  mission’s  visit  to  Indonesia.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an   annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its   seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,   non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120614-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐072  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  14,  2012)  –  Mission  Commander   Capt.  Jim  Morgan,  left,  receives  a  memento  from  the  head  of  Hope  Worldwide   Charles  Han  during  a  dinner  party  at  Governor  Harry  Sarundajang’s  personal   residence.  The  dinner  was  held  as  a  thank-­‐you  and  farewell  to  the  Pacific   Partnership  2012  mission’s  visit  to  Indonesia.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.   Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that   brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120614-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐338  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  14,  2012)  –  Bukidnon  State   University  choir  accompanies  dancers  during  a  dinner  party  at  Governor  Harry   Sarundajang’s  personal  residence.  The  dinner  was  held  as  a  thank-­‐you  and  farewell   to  the  Pacific  Partnership  2012  mission’s  visit  to  Indonesia.Pacific  Partnership  is  an   annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its   seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,   non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120614-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐483  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  14,  2012)  –  Mission  Commander   Capt.  Jim  Morgan,  right  center,  dances  on  stage  during  a  dinner  party  at  Governor   Harry  Sarundajang’s  personal  residence.  The  dinner  was  held  as  a  thank-­‐you  and   farewell  to  the  Pacific  Partnership  2012  mission’s  visit  to  Indonesia.   Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance   mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host   and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to   build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout   the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class   Laurie  Dexter)  

120615-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐146  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  15,  2012)  –  Mission  Commander   Capt.  James  Morgan,  right,  presents  a  token  of  appreciation  to  Mayor  Vicky   Lumentut  prior  to  the  closing  ceremony  in  Manado.  The  ceremony  concluded  Pacific   Partnership  2012  in  Indonesia  .  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy   photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120615-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐003  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  15,  2012)  –  Lt.  Col.  Jorry  Koloay   gives  the  after-­‐action  report  during  the  closing  ceremony  in  Manado.  The  report   summarized  the  contribution  of  the  Pacific  Partnership  2012  mission  in  North   Sulawesi.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military   personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and   international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response   capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120615-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐096  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  15,  2012)  –  Governor  of  North   Sulawesi  Sinyo  Harry  Sarundajang  answers  questions  during  a  press  conference.   The  press  conference  was  held  after  the  Pacific  Partnership  2012  closing  ceremony   in  Manado.  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic   assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military   personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and   international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response   capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass   Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class  Laurie  Dexter)  

120615-­‐N-­‐GI544-­‐170  MANADO,  INDONESIA  (June  15,  2012)  –  The  Indonesian   Naval  band  plays  Indonesia’s  national  anthem  as  part  of  the  closing  ceremony  in   Manado.  The  ceremony  concluded  Pacific  Partnership  2012  in  Indonesia.   Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance   mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host   and  partner  nations,  non-­‐governmental  organizations  and  international  agencies  to   build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout   the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (U.S.  Navy  photo  by  Mass  Communication  Specialist  3rd  Class   Laurie  Dexter)  

120615-­‐O-­‐ZZ999-­‐001NORTH  SULAWESI,  Indonesia  (June  15,  2012)  –  Maj.  Loren   Adams,right,and  Spc.  Lesley  Ogle  sort  through  a  shipment  of  veterinary  supplies   while  aboard  the  Military  Sealift  Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH-­‐19).   The  combined  team  of  volunteer  and  military  veterinary  specialists  prepared   supplies  for  veterinary  civic  action  projects  in  the  Philippines,  Vietnam  and   Cambodia  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.    Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific   Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission   that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐ government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (Photo  by  Camelia  Montoy)  

NORTH  SULAWESI,  Indonesia  (June  15,  2012)  –  Spc.  Lesley  Ogle  organizes  a   shipment  of  veterinary  supplies  while  aboard  the  Military  Sealift  Command  hospital   ship  USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH-­‐19).  Ogle,  along  with  a  combined  team  of  military  and   volunteer  veterinary  specialists,  organized  medicine  and  supplies  for  veterinary   civic  action  projects  in  the  Philippines,  Vietnam  and  Cambodia.   USNS  Mercy  is  participating  in  Pacific  Partnership,  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (Photo  by   Camelia  Montoy)  

NORTH  SULAWESI,  Indonesia  (June  15,  2012)  –  World  Vets  volunteer  veterinary   technician  Stefanie  Bolas  takes  inventory  of  veterinary  supplies  while  aboard   Military  Sealift  Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH-­‐19).    The  supplies  will  be   used  during  civic  action  projects  in  the  Philippines,  Vietnam  and  Cambodia  as  part   of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual   U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  that  brings  together  U.S.   military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government  organizations  and   international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response   capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (Photo  by  Camelia  Montoy)  

NORTH  SULAWESI,  Indonesia  (June  15,  2012)  –  A  combined  team  of  military  and   volunteer  veterinary  specialists  organize  a  shipment  of  supplies  while  aboard   Military  Sealift  Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH-­‐19).  The  trunks  of   supplies  will  be  used  for  civic  action  projects  in  the  Philippines,  Vietnam  and   Cambodia  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.  Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific   Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet  humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission   that  brings  together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐ government  organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger   relationships  and  develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific   region.  (Photo  by  Camelia  Montoy)  

NORTH  SULAWESI,  Indonesia  (June  15,  2012)  –  A  World  Vet  volunteer    inventories     a  shipment  of  veterinary  supplies  aboard  Military  Sealift  Command  hospital  ship   USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH-­‐19).  The  supplies  will  be  used  during  civil  action  projects  in  the   Philippines,  Vietnam  and  Cambodia  as  part  of  Pacific  Partnership  2012.     Now  in  its  seventh  year,  Pacific  Partnership  is  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  that  brings  together  U.S.  military   personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government  organizations  and   international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and  develop  disaster  response   capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (Photo  by  Camelia  Montoy)  

NORTH  SULAWESI,  Indonesia  (June  15,  2012)  –  A  Soldier  pours  surgical  scrubbing   soap  into  a  container  of  gauze  pads  to  make  scrubbing  cloths  for  veterinary   procedures  aboard  the  Military  Sealift  Command  hospital  ship  USNS  Mercy  (T-­‐AH-­‐ 19).USNS  Mercy  is  participating  in  Pacific  Partnership,  an  annual  U.S.  Pacific  Fleet   humanitarian  and  civic  assistance  mission  now  in  its  seventh  year  that  brings   together  U.S.  military  personnel,  host  and  partner  nations,  non-­‐government   organizations  and  international  agencies  to  build  stronger  relationships  and   develop  disaster  response  capabilities  throughout  the  Asia-­‐Pacific  region.  (Photo  by   Camelia  Montoy)  


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