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CAMP KASENYI, Uganda - (June 22, 2011) A Ugandan People's Defense Force soldier shakes hands with U.S. Army Sergeant David Halsey, 1st Battalion 161st Field Artillery (1-161 FA), after graduating the 16-week Kasenyi Special Forces Group Advanced Infantry Training Course, June 22, at Camp Kasenyi, Uganda. The course was taught by UPDF instructors and soldiers assigned to the 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 currently attached to the Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Ray Bowden)
CAMP KASENYI, Uganda - (June 22, 2011) A Ugandan People's Defense Force soldier shakes hands with U.S. Army Sergeant David Halsey, 1st Battalion 161st Field Artillery (1-161 FA), after graduating the 16-week Kasenyi Special Forces Group Advanced Infantry Training Course, June 22, at Camp Kasenyi, Uganda. The course was taught by UPDF instructors and soldiers assigned to the 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 currently attached to the Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Ray Bowden)
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