Camp Kinser Blood Drive

published 7 years ago by DVIDS

U.S. service members with the Armed Services Blood Bank Center (ASBBC) gather blood donations on Camp Kinser, Okinawa, Japan on 15 November, 2013. The Blood Drive was conducted to gather much needed blood supplies for Humanitarian Assistance Disaster Relief (HADR) Operation Damayan in the Republic of the Philippines. Petty Officer 2nd Class Charissa Caayao speaks about the goals of the day's blood donations. (U.S. Marine Corps Motion Imagery by Lance Cpl. Jacob A. Hug). Also available in high definition.

Read the service members participate in a blood drive board kept Kinzer Okinawa Japan to support operation to mine. The goal of the blood drive is pretty much the mission. We have to support the entire Pacific and provide a safe code and blood for our patients. The purpose of the drive was to gather much needed blood supplies. But we are going to be supporting the active duty that are currently deployed in. More than 40 family answers members showed up to donate during the blood drive. The event has provided a crucial supply that will help to ensure medical readiness for service members supporting operation to mine and the disaster relief in the film ...

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