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CAMP KASENYI, Uganda -- (June 22, 2011) Ugandan People's Defense Force (UPDF) soldiers clap and sing at Camp Kasenyi, Uganda, before graduating the 16-week Kasenyi Special Forces Group Advanced Infantry Training Course, June 22. The UPDF soldiers sang patriotic songs and contemporary Ugandan hits each morning to motivate themselves for the day's training led by UPDF and U.S. soldiers assigned to the 1st Battalion 161st Field Artillery (1-161 FA) and the 2nd Combined Arms Battalion 137th Infantry (2-137 IN). The 1-161 FA and 2-137 IN are Kansas Army National Guard units attached to Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Ray Bowden)
CAMP KASENYI, Uganda -- (June 22, 2011) Ugandan People's Defense Force (UPDF) soldiers clap and sing at Camp Kasenyi, Uganda, before graduating the 16-week Kasenyi Special Forces Group Advanced Infantry Training Course, June 22. The UPDF soldiers sang patriotic songs and contemporary Ugandan hits each morning to motivate themselves for the day's training led by UPDF and U.S. soldiers assigned to the 1st Battalion 161st Field Artillery (1-161 FA) and the 2nd Combined Arms Battalion 137th Infantry (2-137 IN). The 1-161 FA and 2-137 IN are Kansas Army National Guard units attached to Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Ray Bowden)
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