Signing the Agreement

Rear Admiral Alex Krongard from the U.S. Navy, currently the CJTF-HOA deputy commander, and Colonel Youssouf Idjihadi, Chief of Staff of the Comoran National Army of Development (Armée nationale de développement, AND) exchange copies of an Acquisition and Cross Servicing Agreement July 6 in Kandani, the AND headquarters.
Rear Admiral Alex Krongard from the U.S. Navy, currently the CJTF-HOA deputy commander, and Colonel Youssouf Idjihadi, Chief of Staff of the Comoran National Army of Development (Armée nationale de développement, AND) exchange copies of an Acquisition and Cross Servicing Agreement July 6 in Kandani, the AND headquarters.
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