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PHOTOS: Ameriyah clinic's solar panels = power, healthcare

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2nd HBCT PAO, 1st Inf. Div., MND-B

Inspect
BAGHDAD - Col. Gerald Gibbons, a native of Honolulu, who serves with the Embedded Provisional Reconstruction Team, 2nd Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, Multi-National Division - Baghdad, inspects the solar panels on the roof of the Ameriyah Clinic in northwest Baghdad. The clinic staff hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to demonstrate the capabilities of the clinic, which can run for 72 hours powered by 10 hours of sunlight.


Panels
BAGHDAD - Capt. Michael Nau, a native of San Diego, joint project management officer, 2nd Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, Multi-National Division - Baghdad, stands in front of the recently installed solar panels on the roof of the Ameriyah Clinic in northwest Baghdad. The clinic staff hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to demonstrate the capabilities of the clinic, which can run for 72 hours powered by 10 hours of sunlight.

Martin speech
BAGHDAD - Col. Joseph Martin (center), a native of Dearborn, Mich., commander, 2nd Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, Multi-National Division - Baghdad, speaks during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the official opening of the newly solar-powered Ameriyah Clinic in northwest Baghdad. The ceremony was a demonstration of how the clinic can run for 72 hours powered by 10 hours of sunlight.



Dedication
BAGHDAD - Mohamed Kasim, a solar power contractor, speaks during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the official opening of the newly solar-powered Ameriyah Clinic in northwest Baghdad. The ceremony was a demonstration of how the clinic can run for 72 hours powered by 10 hours of sunlight.

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