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Cheryl Sim, Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa foreign affairs advisor, Maj. Gen. Wayne W. Grigsby, Jr., CJTF-HOA commanding general, British army Col. William English, CJTF-HOA director, J5 Plans, and Lt. Col. Matt Dubkowski, CJTF-HOA military assistant to the commanding general, pose for a photo on Dec. 9, 2014. Sim will depart CJTF-HOA on Feb. 27, after seven months of service advising the CJTF-HOA commander on foreign policy issues. (Courtesy Photo)
Cheryl Sim, Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa foreign affairs advisor, Maj. Gen. Wayne W. Grigsby, Jr., CJTF-HOA commanding general, British army Col. William English, CJTF-HOA director, J5 Plans, and Lt. Col. Matt Dubkowski, CJTF-HOA military assistant to the commanding general, pose for a photo on Dec. 9, 2014. Sim will depart CJTF-HOA on Feb. 27, after seven months of service advising the CJTF-HOA commander on foreign policy issues. (Courtesy Photo)
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