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Kathy Thomasson
Kathy Thomasson • 2 years ago

Sgt. Jacqueline M. Lopez, the supply noncommissioned officer for the Operating Room and Central Material Service department, places a set of wrapped instruments into the sterrad machine to be sterilized, July 27. (Photo by Marlon J. Martin, McDonald Army Health Center, Fort Eustis, Va.)

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