Military Review English Edition March-April 2016 - Page 62

(Photo by Tech. Sgt. Daniel St. Pierre, U.S. Air Force) Spc. Josh Guderian (left), Maritime Civil Affairs and Security Team, and Staff Sgt. Matthew Hoffman, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 448th Civil Affairs Battalion, discuss a patient who collapsed during a Medical Civic Action Program, or MEDCAP, in Lunga Lunga, Kenya, 24 August 2012. Combined Joint Task Force–Horn of Africa was involved in the MEDCAP, one of many it participated in across East Africa, aiming to strengthen the capabilities of community health workers, enhance overall community health, provide medical care to underserved communities, and develop trust and confidence with partner nations. Civil-Military Engagement Program Enhancing the Mission of Regionally Engaged Army Forces Maj. Christian A. Carr, U.S. Army 60 March-April 2016  MILITARY REVIEW