Lt. Cmdr. Mill Etienne

Lt. Cmdr. Mill Etienne, right, a Navy doctor, talks with corpsman Daniel Joseph aboard the Comfort. Their Creole language skills are helpful to both the medical staff and victims of the
<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="EVHST0000230" title="Haiti Earthquake (2010)" href="/topic/disasters-accidents/earthquakes/haiti-earthquake-%282010%29-EVHST0000230.topic">earthquake</a> in their native <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO000001951608" title="Port-au-Prince (Haiti)" href="/topic/international/haiti/port-au-prince-%28haiti%29-PLGEO000001951608.topic">Haiti</a>. "This is what I'd be doing right now, regardless," says Etienne, who planned to go to Haiti on his own before volunteering for the mission of mercy.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Kim Hairston / January 18, 2010 )

Lt. Cmdr. Mill Etienne, right, a Navy doctor, talks with corpsman Daniel Joseph aboard the Comfort. Their Creole language skills are helpful to both the medical staff and victims of the earthquake in their native Haiti. "This is what I'd be doing right now, regardless," says Etienne, who planned to go to Haiti on his own before volunteering for the mission of mercy.

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