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U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Peter Tunis, Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa judge advocate general, converses with a Tanzanian Peoples' Defense Force legal officer during the Military Law Symposium held at the Peacekeeping Training Center here. During the symposium, the two militaries exchanged ideas on legal investigations, introduction to operational law and introduction to military justice. (Courtesy Photo)
U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Peter Tunis, Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa judge advocate general, converses with a Tanzanian Peoples' Defense Force legal officer during the Military Law Symposium held at the Peacekeeping Training Center here. During the symposium, the two militaries exchanged ideas on legal investigations, introduction to operational law and introduction to military justice. (Courtesy Photo)
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US, Tanzania Military Attorneys Find More Similarities Than Differences in Military Law

Two members of the Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa legal staff and one U.S. Army Africa legal staff member recently attended the Military Law Symposium at the Peacekeeping Training Center here as part of a traveling contact team.

U.S. Army Lt. Col. Michael Deegan and U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Peter Tunis, CJTF-HOA judge advocate generals, and U.S. Army Capt. Daniel Sciapli, USARAF judge advocate general, went to Dar es Salaam for an exchange of legal practices with the Tanzania

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Tanzania rangers showcase anti-poaching skills

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