Djiboutian Soldiers salute during Djiboutian Soldier Recognition Ceremony

Djiboutian army Capt. Hoch Omar Darar, left, Sgt. Younis Ahmed Douleh, Cpl. Youssouf Afgada Said and Mohamed Abdi, standing in for his brother Sgt. Ahmed Abdillahi Djama, salute during the Djiboutian Soldier Recognition Ceremony where they were awarded the Civilian Award for Humanitarian Service, at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti, March 25, 2014.
Djiboutian army Capt. Hoch Omar Darar, left, Sgt. Younis Ahmed Douleh, Cpl. Youssouf Afgada Said and Mohamed Abdi, standing in for his brother Sgt. Ahmed Abdillahi Djama, salute during the Djiboutian Soldier Recognition Ceremony where they were awarded the Civilian Award for Humanitarian Service, at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti, March 25, 2014. The soldiers rescued Susan Craig, a former U.S. Marine Corps pilot, and her co-pilot, Maj. Heath Ruppert, following the Feb. 16, 2006 crash of two U.S. Marine Corps CH-53 helicopters off the coast of Djibouti, which killed 10 of the 12 personnel aboard.
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