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LIBREVILLE, Gabon - Chief Petty Officer Daniel Cash of EOD Mobile Unit 3 Platoon 342, which is currently deployed to CJTF-HOA, and Gabonese Navy Petty Officer Edith Florent Ongouma team up to demonstrate basic scuba equipment to sailors of the Gabonese Navy during a military-to-military engagement in Libreville, Gabon, September 24, 2009. Cash and Lieutenant Andrew Powch visited Gabon to provide a demonstration of U.S. Navy diving capability to the Gabonese Navy, whose leaders expressed interest in starting an organic diving program.  The visit included classroom presentations of U.S. Navy diving missions, familiarization with techniques, systems, and equipment, and a practice session of the Dive School Physical Test.  (U.S. Navy photo by Lieutenant Andrew Powch)
LIBREVILLE, Gabon - Chief Petty Officer Daniel Cash of EOD Mobile Unit 3 Platoon 342, which is currently deployed to CJTF-HOA, and Gabonese Navy Petty Officer Edith Florent Ongouma team up to demonstrate basic scuba equipment to sailors of the Gabonese Navy during a military-to-military engagement in Libreville, Gabon, September 24, 2009. Cash and Lieutenant Andrew Powch visited Gabon to provide a demonstration of U.S. Navy diving capability to the Gabonese Navy, whose leaders expressed interest in starting an organic diving program. The visit included classroom presentations of U.S. Navy diving missions, familiarization with techniques, systems, and equipment, and a practice session of the Dive School Physical Test. (U.S. Navy photo by Lieutenant Andrew Powch)
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