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MOMBASA, Kenya - From the left, Comoros Army 2nd Lieutenant Moudjib Rahmane Adaine, South African Senior Superintendent Sindile Terrence Gxasheka, and Yemeni Navy Lieutenant Colonel Mohammed Salmin Batais discuss a scenario involving an oil spill at the Maritime Center of Excellence (MCE) course held at the Bandari College, August 6, 2009.  MCE is a three-week course of instruction sponsored by Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa in coordination with U.S. Africa Command, U.S. Naval War College, the Global Maritime and Transportation School, and Kenya Port Authority's Bandari College. MCE provides operational level training for mid-grade maritime officers and civilians.  (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Jonathan Kulp)
MOMBASA, Kenya - From the left, Comoros Army 2nd Lieutenant Moudjib Rahmane Adaine, South African Senior Superintendent Sindile Terrence Gxasheka, and Yemeni Navy Lieutenant Colonel Mohammed Salmin Batais discuss a scenario involving an oil spill at the Maritime Center of Excellence (MCE) course held at the Bandari College, August 6, 2009. MCE is a three-week course of instruction sponsored by Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa in coordination with U.S. Africa Command, U.S. Naval War College, the Global Maritime and Transportation School, and Kenya Port Authority's Bandari College. MCE provides operational level training for mid-grade maritime officers and civilians. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Jonathan Kulp)
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