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Download full resolution image New York Army National Guard Major William Lecates, a doctor assigned to the Medical Command clinic at Watervliet Arsenal, poses with an Afghan physician who runs one of Afghanistan's few dialysis clinics.

New York Guard Doctor Does Afghan Duty

KABUL, Afghanistan--New York Army National Guard Major William Lecates, a doctor assigned to the Medical Command clinic at Watervliet Arsenal, poses with an Afghan physician who runs one of Afghanistan's few dialysis clinics. Lecates, a Cooperstown resident, is the doctor in charge of Troop Medical Clinic 1 at U.S. forces headquarters in Kabul.

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