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Marine Corps Sergeant Cody Mongosa, Marine Corps Network Operations Security Command remains motionless as a Technolas Orbscan is taken of the patient's eye, at Joint Base Andrews, Md. the Orbscan measures the patient's anterior and posterior chamber of the cornea,
anterior and posterior corneal surface elevation maps, and regional pachymetry. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Perry Aston)

Marine Corps Sergeant Cody Mongosa, Marine Corps Network Operations Security Command remains motionless as a Technolas Orbscan is taken of the patient's eye, at Joint Base Andrews, Md. the Orbscan measures the patient's anterior and posterior chamber of the cornea, anterior and posterior corneal surface elevation maps, and regional pachymetry. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Perry Aston)

JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. -- The Warfighter Eye Center at the 779th Medical Wing's Malcolm Grow Medical Clinic on Joint Base Andrews Md., provides refractive surgery to all active duty, Guard and Reserve personnel from all branches of service who are stationed all over the world. The center also provides complete eye exams including diabetic evaluations, cataract evaluations, cataract surgery, and glaucoma evaluations. The center performs 20 refractive surgeries a week, and evaluates more than 150 candidates and month.

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