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404129 01: (L-R) US Army medical surgeons Major Dr. Tad Gerlinger of Saliene, MI, Lt. Col Dr. George Peoples of Everton, MD and Sgt. John Dominguez, a scrub tech from San Antonio, TX with the Forward Surgical Team (FST) amputate fingers of an enemy detainee patient suffering from frostbite April 7, 2002 at Bagram Air Base in Kabul, Afghanistan. The gangrene on the patient's hands had set in two to three months ago, according to the US medical team. The FST unit has operated on 20 tp 30 individuals since arriving at the base in October 2001. Since their arrival, the FST unit has taken care of many of the US army wounded from the recent Operation Anaconda. (Photo by Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Images)
404129 01: (L-R) US Army medical surgeons Major Dr. Tad Gerlinger of Saliene, MI, Lt. Col Dr. George Peoples of Everton, MD and Sgt. John Dominguez, a scrub tech from San Antonio, TX with the Forward Surgical Team (FST) amputate fingers of an enemy detainee patient suffering from frostbite April 7, 2002 at Bagram Air Base in Kabul, Afghanistan. The gangrene on the patient's hands had set in two to three months ago, according to the US medical team. The FST unit has operated on 20 tp 30 individuals since arriving at the base in October 2001. Since their arrival, the FST unit has taken care of many of the US army wounded from the recent Operation Anaconda. (Photo by Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Images)
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