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CHIMONI, Comoros  (Jan. 26, 2011)  - U.S. Army Captain Ivan Hong, officer-in-charge, Joint Civil Affairs Team (JCAT) 101, , Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, center, gives Lieutenant Salhoudine Mohamed, Chief of the Moroni Coast Guard, a whistle, mirror and miniature flashlight in Moroni, Comoros, January 26, 2011, during a Survival at Sea training class. The JCAT team partners with the Comorian Coast Guard as well as local fisherman to mentor in basic lifesaving techniques with the local people to be prepared in the case of an emergency at sea.  (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Wilson/RELEASED)

CHIMONI, Comoros (Jan. 26, 2011) - U.S. Army Captain Ivan Hong, officer-in-charge, Joint Civil Affairs Team (JCAT) 101, , Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, center, gives Lieutenant Salhoudine Mohamed, Chief of the Moroni Coast Guard, a whistle, mirror and miniature flashlight in Moroni, Comoros, January 26, 2011, during a Survival at Sea training class. The JCAT team partners with the Comorian Coast Guard as well as local fisherman to mentor in basic lifesaving techniques with the local people to be prepared in the case of an emergency at sea. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Wilson/RELEASED)

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