Translators: providing a common language for a common goal in Chile
Staff Sgt. Abraham Rodriguez comforts a crying Chilean child at the expeditionary hospital March 14, 2010, in Angol, Chile.Full Story
#1 Mar 20, 2010
Its a great feeling to see my husband be able to give a helping hand to those in need in Angol, Chile. We are very proud of Abraham and we are anxiously awaiting his safe return home!!
#2 May 10, 2010
In fact, Sgt Rodríguez was not just a very helping hand in translating and working at bight-shifts, he also did a great teaching the Chilean nurse-techs about how everything worked in the field hospital, so they can afterwards arm and disarm the tents and manage the equipment. I was very pleased to meet him again after a Disaster-Management Course at the Chilean Air Force Hospital in 2008. To Abraham and all the people that were with us in Angol once more a BIG THANK YOU!!
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