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Djiboutian Armed Forces soldiers finish 5-month training

Djiboutian Armed Forces soldiers finish 5-month training

Soldiers from the Djiboutian Armed Forces, known as FAD, demonstrate the collective skills learned during a five-month area logistics training instructed by U.S. Army Regionally Aligned Forces Soldiers at their training graduation, May 19, at Camp Cheik Osman, Djibouti. Beginning in January 2016, FAD Soldiers learned basic logistics functions, supply, economy, warehouse operations, maintenance along with rifle marksmanship, convoy operations and heavy weapons training. (U.S. Army Africa photo by Staff Sgt. Tiffany DeNault)


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Photo taken on 18 May 2016 (© US Army Africa / Flickr)

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