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DOUDOUB BOLOLE, Djibouti - Sailors from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 3, currently assigned to Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, teach Djiboutian Army soldiers how to assemble a 64-foot temper tent, November 2, 2009 on a range in Doudoub Bolole, Djibouti. Tents were donated by the U.S. Navy to the Djiboutian Army for an upcoming Djiboutian military field exercise. The Djiboutian military will use the tents for operation centers, mess tents and for housing their troops during the field exercise. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Petty Officer Robert Gallagher, Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa)
DOUDOUB BOLOLE, Djibouti - Sailors from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 3, currently assigned to Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, teach Djiboutian Army soldiers how to assemble a 64-foot temper tent, November 2, 2009 on a range in Doudoub Bolole, Djibouti. Tents were donated by the U.S. Navy to the Djiboutian Army for an upcoming Djiboutian military field exercise. The Djiboutian military will use the tents for operation centers, mess tents and for housing their troops during the field exercise. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Petty Officer Robert Gallagher, Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa)
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