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GAKO, Rwanda - U.S. Army Captain Brent Buckley, 2nd Combined Arms Battalion, 137th Infantry, discusses considerations for internally-displaced-persons camps with the Rwandan battalion plans section during a command post exercise in Gako, Rwanda. During the exercise, the Rwandans set up a tactical operations center and simulated operations that they could possibly conduct while deployed to Darfur.
GAKO, Rwanda - U.S. Army Captain Brent Buckley, 2nd Combined Arms Battalion, 137th Infantry, discusses considerations for internally-displaced-persons camps with the Rwandan battalion plans section during a command post exercise in Gako, Rwanda. During the exercise, the Rwandans set up a tactical operations center and simulated operations that they could possibly conduct while deployed to Darfur.
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