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VICTORIA, Republic of Seychelles - Major Robert Sander, deputy staff judge advocate for Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa (left), poses for a group photo with members of the Seychelles National Coast Guard, March 2, 2010. Sander headed a three-member legal team to train the Seychelles National Coast Guard in human rights and international humanitarian law. (U.S. Army photo by Major Robert Sander)
VICTORIA, Republic of Seychelles - Major Robert Sander, deputy staff judge advocate for Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa (left), poses for a group photo with members of the Seychelles National Coast Guard, March 2, 2010. Sander headed a three-member legal team to train the Seychelles National Coast Guard in human rights and international humanitarian law. (U.S. Army photo by Major Robert Sander)
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