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Arusha Tanzania - The Honorable William Lukuvi, Minister of State, of the Prime Ministerrâ€s Office welcomes participants to the Tanzania Pandemic Disaster Response Exercise on March 7. Lukuvi highlighted the importance of the exercise and exercise disaster response plans.  The exercise is designed to enhance the capabilities of the military and government to respond to a pandemic crisis. (U.S. Air Force photo by: Capt Jennifer Pearson)
Arusha Tanzania - The Honorable William Lukuvi, Minister of State, of the Prime Ministerrâ€s Office welcomes participants to the Tanzania Pandemic Disaster Response Exercise on March 7. Lukuvi highlighted the importance of the exercise and exercise disaster response plans. The exercise is designed to enhance the capabilities of the military and government to respond to a pandemic crisis. (U.S. Air Force photo by: Capt Jennifer Pearson)
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