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CAMP KASENYI, Uganda -- (June 22, 2011) -- Ugandan People's Defense Force (UPDF) soldiers pose with U.S soldiers assigned to the 1st Battalion 161st Field Artillery at Camp Kasenyi, Uganda, after graduating the 16-week Kasenyi Special Forces Group Advanced Infantry Training Course, June 22. The U.S. soldiers partnered with UPDF instructors to teach the course. From left to right: Army Specialist Daniel Dennett, UPDF Lance Corporal David Esoru, U.S. Army Specialist Chris Shields, UPDF Private Moses Irumba, U.S. Army
CAMP KASENYI, Uganda -- (June 22, 2011) -- Ugandan People's Defense Force (UPDF) soldiers pose with U.S soldiers assigned to the 1st Battalion 161st Field Artillery at Camp Kasenyi, Uganda, after graduating the 16-week Kasenyi Special Forces Group Advanced Infantry Training Course, June 22. The U.S. soldiers partnered with UPDF instructors to teach the course. From left to right: Army Specialist Daniel Dennett, UPDF Lance Corporal David Esoru, U.S. Army Specialist Chris Shields, UPDF Private Moses Irumba, U.S. Army
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