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TOLAY, Ethiopia - Ethiopian Army students navigate the Leaders Reactionary Course, which tests their patience, thought processes, and decision-making skills while dealing with battlefield stress at the non-commissioned officer (NCO) Academy in Tolay, Ethiopia. After graduation, the students will be embedded in the Ethiopian Army. (Photo by 1st Lieutenant William Demps)
TOLAY, Ethiopia - Ethiopian Army students navigate the Leaders Reactionary Course, which tests their patience, thought processes, and decision-making skills while dealing with battlefield stress at the non-commissioned officer (NCO) Academy in Tolay, Ethiopia. After graduation, the students will be embedded in the Ethiopian Army. (Photo by 1st Lieutenant William Demps)
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