Eleven members of a Goodfellow Medical team have just returned from a two week mission. They were in south america on another mission last month when the earthquake hit -- and they quickly moved in to help people in peru. Jennifer Jackson talked with them. A medical readiness training exercise in Peru quickly turned into reality for a medical team from Goodfellow Air Force base after an earthquake struck the country last month. Well a lot of what you saw on television. A lot of devastation. The roads were, But the peruvians, did a good job with getting the roads passable. To restore folks to some kind of relevance to safety. To get food and water. Says Lt. Col. George Jones. The teams original mission was to work with Peruvian health officials. In a hours the team wa on their to care for people in severe quake stricken areas. Its not unusual to go out and set up like that. To practice in adverse conditions. And that is what we did. Says Capt. Warren Dial. Respiratory, skin issues, eye problems. The optometry folks were popular. Says Lt. Col. Jones. There were more kids than anything. We saw thousands of kids. As a pediatrician it was extremely rewarding. One mother...I gave her creme for her daughters arm. And she cried and said thank you. Says Capt. Stefanie Nance. As the ground shook the medical team had to make sure patients stayed calm. All of sudden the ground started shaking. And you could see the terror in their face. Says Senior Airman Gisela Ascanio. In a matter of two weeks, the team cared for 10-thousand people. JJKLST.