Arkansas Air Guardsmen Provide Medical Care in Guatemala

Arkansas Air National Guard members helped provide medical care in Guatemala alongside U.S. and foreign military, government and civilian personnel during the Continuing Promise 2022 mission Oct. 26-31.

Senior Airman Tabari Matthews, 189th dental technician, assisted Canadian Army Capt. Cleve Kim, dentist, in planning treatment for 35 people Oct. 28.

“It is a lot of fun talking to other military forces,” Kim said. “I get to know them and how they operate. It has been an interesting and memorable experience.”

Senior Airman Tabari Matthews, 189th dental technician, assists Canadian Army Capt. Cleve Kim, dentist, in Puerto Barrios, Guatemala, Oct. 28, 2022, during Continuing Promise 2022. Arkansas Air National Guard members worked alongside U.S. and foreign military forces, government officials and civilian personnel to provide medical care, improve interoperability, and develop enduring relationships. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher Sherlock)

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