When the Muha medics get lasers training: A laser training program for Muha soldiers

The Muha is the largest group of indigenous people in the Philippines and the largest military force in the country.

It has been in power since the late 19th century and is responsible for maintaining security and providing basic healthcare.

Muha medic groups have been using laser pointers for years, but for the past decade, they’ve been able to use a laser training cartridge to help them get better at using the technology.

That technology was developed by the Philippine National Defense University (PNDU), and it was created to help soldiers improve their shooting skills, but the Muhas also say it has proven to be a powerful tool for improving their health.

The Muhas have been training their soldiers with the laser cartridge for years.

The military is also making a push to get laser training in classrooms.

It’s one of the few programs that has been approved by the US Congress.

“The government is not really looking for any kind of technology, it’s more of a training program,” said Dr. Ricardo Salgado, the director of the Muhadas National Health Center.

“We are not interested in the technology itself, but we are interested in how we can use the technology in a way that helps our people.”

Salgado is an assistant professor in the PNDU’s School of Medicine and has been working with the Muhis for about three years.

“If you look at it from a military perspective, it doesn’t really matter if you’re a military or not,” Salgado said.

“What we are trying to do is to give our people the best possible training.

If we can do that, that will improve their capabilities.”

There are currently about 2,600 people in Muha hospitals, but Salgado estimates that the number could grow by several hundred if they start enrolling more patients.

Salgado and his colleagues have been working on the project since the beginning.

“A lot of people have been very receptive to this,” Salga said.

They started with a small group of soldiers who were not very experienced, and Salgado believes the project has paid off.

“I think the main reason why we’re able to do this is because they are able to train and they are working with us,” Salaga said.

That’s because the Muhas are also getting the training at home.

For the first time in years, the Muhe medics are participating in a program that’s designed specifically to help their people improve their skills.

“It’s not about the technology, the technology is really about the Mu ha people themselves,” Salige said.

The program, called Laser Training, is a collaborative effort between the Muahah and the Muaha Medical Center, a hospital in the capital city of Manila.

It involves using a laser pointer as a training aid.

The soldiers learn how to use the laser pointer to guide their hands and hands-on exercises with a hand-held laser.

Salazar said the laser training session was the first of its kind in the world.

“They really have an opportunity to use their own training and technology to help the Muah people,” Salazar added.

The laser training helps the soldiers to get better with the technology and also to get stronger in the long run.

“This is the first study that we have seen that is using this technology for their training,” Salaz said.

Salaz estimates that they’re currently using the laser program for about 50 people, but he says he wants to increase the number to a thousand.

The researchers hope that the training will help them improve their fighting skills and improve their health in the future.

“These are not military weapons, but they are the Muhamas.

They have a lot of potential,” Salazer said.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.