GALLERIES
2 MEDICAL REGIMENT – EXERCISE ASKARI SERPENT, KENYA – 2016 (CROWN COPYRIGHT)

Corporal Scott McNie from 2 Medical Regiment in North Luffenham on Exercise Askari Serpent in Kenya helping to provide basic medical care to remote locations. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Army medics are working with the Kenyan government to reach out to villagers in some of the most inaccessible areas of Kenya. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Lance Corporal Robin Newton a Vehicle Mechanic from the Royal Mechanical and Electrical Engineers out on EXERCISE Askari Serpent making sure 2 Medical Regiment vehicles are roadworthy. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Training in Kenya. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Army medic takes time out of training. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Major Clare Gill out on Exercise Askari Serpent with 2 Medical Regiment helping to deliver basic medical care to remote regions in Kenya takes some time out to teach the local children how to juggle. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Captain David Scrafton out on EXERCISE Askari Serpent with 2 Medical Regiment helping to deliver basic medical care to remote regions in Kenya. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Private Lewis Hunter from 2 Medical Regiment in North Luffenham out in Kenya on Exercise Askari Serpent. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Private Leanne Allen a Reservist and Private Rachael O'Hare a Regular soldier both from Mansfield are based with 2 Medical Regiment in North Luffenham out in Kenya on Exercise Askari Serpent. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Each clinic lasted two to four days and saw the medics travel up to 200km to each location. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Army medics reach out to the unreached. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
The Regiment treated over 2500 people and educated 3000. By the end of the Exercise, they expect to have given medical treatment to over 5000 people. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Inside one of the Army clinics. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Troops train in Kenya. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
The humanitarian Exercise named Exercise ASKARI SERPENT is run in co-operation with the Kenyan Ministry of Health and the Kenyan Defence Force. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
By the end of the six-week exercise, the Regiment held Health Outreach Clinics in 15 separate locations across three counties: Isiolo, Laikipia and Samburu. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Army medic catches up on paperwork. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Army medics are worked with the Kenyan government to reach out to villagers in some of the most remote and inaccessible areas of Kenya. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Army media spends time with local children. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Some 150 reserve and regular personnel from 2 Medical Regiment took part in the training exercise in Kenya. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Personnel from 2 Medical Regiment delivered and taught healthcare to improve the lives of thousands of villagers, who due to their isolated locations, are unable to gain regular access to healthcare. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Army medic in Kenya. Crown Copyright. Photo credit - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC
Army Medic speaks to children in Kenya. Crown copyright. Photo credit to read - Corporal Luisa Scott RLC