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Coronavirus Defense: Navy Develops 3D-Printed Tactical Masks for U.S. Forces Korea
200422-A-YO725-0372.JPG Photo By: KCpl. Hanmin Yun. 2ID/RUCD Public Affairs

Jun 18, 2020
CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea - "Soldiers assigned to 4-2 Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 2nd Infantry ROK/US Combined Division hold community-use masks created by their unit™s 3-D Printers on April 22. (From L to R) Sgt. Christopher Evans, Capt. Tylor Connor, Capt. Edward Bullard, Pvt. First Class Gashian Cotton. Bullard, commander for D Company, 4-2 ARB and Connor, 4-2's flight surgeon worked together to create the 3-D masks.


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