A different side of Afghan war

A different side of Afghan war

Bayfield soldier says providing hospital security requires diplomacy
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Staff Sgt. John Silvia, 455th Expeditionary Security Forces Group entry control point noncommissioned officer in charge, scans an Afghan man’s fingerprints in the waiting area of the Korean Hospital at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. Security teams at the hospital use biometrics to identify and track the records for all incoming patients by scanning their iris and fingerprints and then inputting the information into a database.
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Staff Sgt. John Silvia scans an Afghan woman’s iris in the waiting area of the Korean Hospital at Bagram Airfield. Silvia says a big part of his job is serving as an ambassador to Afghans who may have only rare contact with Americans.
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Staff Sgt. John Silvia scans the area outside one of the medical clinics at Bagram Airfield. Teams from Silvia’s unit patrol the base perimeter looking for suspicious activities while many Afghans receive basic medical care at a South Korean-run hospital.
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