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Sgt. Naim Chisolm, Sgt. Mariah Flores, Sgt. Shauna Bihlmaier and Sgt. Anthony Rodriguez, veterinary food inspection specialists from Public Health Activity-Guam, at Naval Base Guam, Guam, Aug. 11, 2020. Recently these Soldiers participated in the U.S. Army Public Health Command's Ship Rider program to help keep Sailors safe while at sea. Established as a Memorandum of Agreement with the Military Sealift Command, the Ship Rider program deploys an Army sergeant or staff sergeant veterinary food inspection specialist to select MSC Combat Logistics Force ships to inspect food shipments during deployments and exercises. During these operations, Soldiers are assigned to a ship for five to six months at a time, living and working side by side with Sailors, usually as the only Army member aboard a vessel. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Sgt. Christopher Harris)

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