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DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (June 17, 2011) - Tanzanian People's Defense Force (TPDF) Navy 2nd Lieutenant E.F. Saim and U.S. Naval Academy Midshipmen 1st Class Patrick Bagnick and Chris Ricks, plant a mango tree, outside of the TPDF Naval Command Training Center in Dar Es Salaam, June 17. Tanzanian Major General S.S. Omar, Chief of the TPDF Navy, said the tree presents a bond of friendship between the U.S. and Tanzania. For more than three days, junior officers from both countries discussed training methods to work together in future operations.   (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Timothy Wilson)
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (June 17, 2011) - Tanzanian People's Defense Force (TPDF) Navy 2nd Lieutenant E.F. Saim and U.S. Naval Academy Midshipmen 1st Class Patrick Bagnick and Chris Ricks, plant a mango tree, outside of the TPDF Naval Command Training Center in Dar Es Salaam, June 17. Tanzanian Major General S.S. Omar, Chief of the TPDF Navy, said the tree presents a bond of friendship between the U.S. and Tanzania. For more than three days, junior officers from both countries discussed training methods to work together in future operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Timothy Wilson)
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