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DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (March 30, 2012)   â U.S. and Tanzanian military legal members pose for a group photo 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. (CJTF-HOA courtesy photo)
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (March 30, 2012) â U.S. and Tanzanian military legal members pose for a group photo 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. (CJTF-HOA courtesy photo)
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