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CAMP LEMONNIER, Djibouti (July 5, 2011) - Kenyan Ministry of Defense Catholic Bishop (Colonel) Alfred Rotich sits in the Enduring Freedom Chapel on Camp Lemonnier during a series of familiarization briefings, July 5. Rotich and two other Kenyan chaplains visited Camp Lemonnier to exchange ideas with their U.S. counterparts and learn about the U.S. professional military chaplaincy programs. (U.S. Army Photo by Specialist Michelle C. Lawrence)
CAMP LEMONNIER, Djibouti (July 5, 2011) - Kenyan Ministry of Defense Catholic Bishop (Colonel) Alfred Rotich sits in the Enduring Freedom Chapel on Camp Lemonnier during a series of familiarization briefings, July 5. Rotich and two other Kenyan chaplains visited Camp Lemonnier to exchange ideas with their U.S. counterparts and learn about the U.S. professional military chaplaincy programs. (U.S. Army Photo by Specialist Michelle C. Lawrence)
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