Operation Bobcat provides 13,000 hours of training for troops, $1 million in healthcare to residents of Eastern Kentucky
U.S. Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Kenneth Richards (left), superintendent for the Kentucky Air National Guard’s 123rd Medical Group, and U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Amy Mundell, a medical administrative officer with the same unit, discuss plans for Distinguished Visitor Day at a health-care clinic at Lee County High School in Beattyville, Ky., June 24, 2018. The clinic is one of four that comprised Operation Bobcat, a 10-day mission to provide military medical troops with crucial training in field operations and logistics while offering no-cost health care to the residents of Eastern Kentucky. The clinics, which operated from June 15-24, offered non-emergent medical care; sports physicals; dental cleanings, fillings and extractions; eye exams and no-cost prescription eye glasses. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Lt. Col. Dale Greer)

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