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ENTEBBE, Uganda - Muwembe Khalid, Uganda National Meteorological Centre, shows U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander Ricardo Trevino, Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa Meteorological and Oceanographic Department head, their process of tracking weather patterns. A team from Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa's Meteorological and Oceanographic Department deployed to Uganda in preparation for exercise Natural Fire, a humanitarian assistance and disaster relief exercise led by U.S. Army Africa. (Photo by Staff Sergeant Ronald Lafosse, CJTF-HOA)
ENTEBBE, Uganda - Muwembe Khalid, Uganda National Meteorological Centre, shows U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander Ricardo Trevino, Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa Meteorological and Oceanographic Department head, their process of tracking weather patterns. A team from Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa's Meteorological and Oceanographic Department deployed to Uganda in preparation for exercise Natural Fire, a humanitarian assistance and disaster relief exercise led by U.S. Army Africa. (Photo by Staff Sergeant Ronald Lafosse, CJTF-HOA)
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