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CAMP LEMONNIER, Djibouti - U.S. Marine Corporal David Wilson, Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa Communications, explains to Djiboutian communication Major Daher Meraneh Arreh and U.S. Air Force Colonel Jon Gullett, CJTF-HOA communication director, how service members on Camp Lemonnier use the multi-band antenna system, December 29, 2009. CJTF-HOA operations division conducted training on both radio and satellite communications systems to provide Djiboutian military personnel with the skills necessary to install, operate and maintain these systems. (Photo by Master Sergeant Carlotta Holley, CJTF-HOA)
CAMP LEMONNIER, Djibouti - U.S. Marine Corporal David Wilson, Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa Communications, explains to Djiboutian communication Major Daher Meraneh Arreh and U.S. Air Force Colonel Jon Gullett, CJTF-HOA communication director, how service members on Camp Lemonnier use the multi-band antenna system, December 29, 2009. CJTF-HOA operations division conducted training on both radio and satellite communications systems to provide Djiboutian military personnel with the skills necessary to install, operate and maintain these systems. (Photo by Master Sergeant Carlotta Holley, CJTF-HOA)
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