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Three Army Medics in the NoonDay Sun

Three Army Medics in the NoonDay Sun

Three Army Medics in the NoonDay Sun
Photo Credit: Yori Yanover / JewishPress.com

We met these fine soldiers down in the Jordan Valley where they serve at the equivalent of a US Army MASH unit. In addition to taking care of soldiers all across the valley, they also make time for the occasional Palestinian who comes up to their compound when he or she need better quality medical attention.

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2 Responses to “Three Army Medics in the NoonDay Sun”

  1. Yori Yanover says:

    I think PC is a bad idea whether it’s coming from the left or from the right. I’d also like to use the West Bank again and refer to the Jewish owned area west of the Jordan River, retaken by my country for good back in 1967. The fewer Osur words are out there, the better.

  2. Rc Fowler says:

    Correction–the occasional ARAB–who needs medical attention!

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