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​Pennsylvania Air National Guardsman SMSgt. Ronald Hinsey, 201st RED HORSE structures superintendent, works on a new medical clinic in Guatemala, May 3, 2016. Air Force photo by SrA. Dillon Davis.

​Pennsylvania Air National Guardsmen deployed to Guatemala for about three months to build a new medical clinic as part of exercise Beyond the Horizon. About 100 members of the RED HORSE units from Horsham Air Guard Station and Fort Indiantown Gap built the new clinic in La Blanca, Guatemala, to help locals get treatment for insect-borne diseases, such as Zika, and other illnesses such as hepatitis and HIV, according to an Air National Guard release. “The villagers were very welcoming to us being there. [They were] happy we were providing them with a clinic,” SrA Christopher Montague, 111th RED HORSE Squadron Det. 1 heavy equipment operator said in the release.