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MANDA BAY, Kenya (Feb. 14, 2011)- Members of the Kenya Army Engineers Civil Affairs Team (KAE), 12th Headquarters Engineers Brigade and U.S. Army 402nd Civil Affairs Functional Specialty Team conduct a buddy-carry during an  exercise, at the Kenya Naval training area in Manda Bay, Kenya, February 14, 2011.  The KAE teamed with members of the U.S. military assigned to Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa to build their civil affairs (CA) capabilities, increase their capacity to conduct CMO in Kenya and share best practices and lessons-learned.
MANDA BAY, Kenya (Feb. 14, 2011)- Members of the Kenya Army Engineers Civil Affairs Team (KAE), 12th Headquarters Engineers Brigade and U.S. Army 402nd Civil Affairs Functional Specialty Team conduct a buddy-carry during an exercise, at the Kenya Naval training area in Manda Bay, Kenya, February 14, 2011. The KAE teamed with members of the U.S. military assigned to Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa to build their civil affairs (CA) capabilities, increase their capacity to conduct CMO in Kenya and share best practices and lessons-learned.
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