Navy Lt. Jennifer Turney, a physician’s assistant from the Expeditionary Medical Force of Camp Pendleton, Calif., concludes an initial health assessment with patient Robert Olsen during Innovative Readiness Training at Mountain Home, Ark., June 12, 2017. The IRT program allows active-duty, guard and reserve members to volunteer for real-world training opportunities through engineering, veterinarian, medical, and construction projects that benefit the sometimes-forgotten citizens of American communities in need. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Carlynne DeVine)

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Navy Lt. Jennifer Turney, a physician’s assistant from the Expeditionary Medical Force of Camp Pendleton, Calif., concludes an initial health assessment with patient Robert Olsen during Innovative Readiness Training at Mountain Home, Ark., June 12, 2017. The IRT program allows active-duty, guard and reserve members to volunteer for real-world training opportunities through engineering, veterinarian, medical, and construction projects that benefit the sometimes-forgotten citizens of American communities in need. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Carlynne DeVine) Stock Photo
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Navy Lt. Jennifer Turney, a physician’s assistant from the Expeditionary Medical Force of Camp Pendleton, Calif., concludes an initial health assessment with patient Robert Olsen during Innovative Readiness Training at Mountain Home, Ark., June 12, 2017. The IRT program allows active-duty, guard and reserve members to volunteer for real-world training opportunities through engineering, veterinarian, medical, and construction projects that benefit the sometimes-forgotten citizens of American communities in need. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Carlynne DeVine)
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