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By Sgt. Abigail Waldrop, AFN Ramstein One of the issues airmen face in Ghana it the language and cultural difference. During Africa Partnership Flight, USAFE made sure to bring one airman who helps bridge the gaps.

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U.S. Marines from the ground combat element for Security Cooperation Task Africa Partnership Station 12 (APS-12), conduct scenario based riot control exercises against their fellow U.S. Marines aboard Stone Bay, N.C., April 26, 2012. This training is part of APS-12′s …
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“I lost my leg in Afghanistan.  Stepped on an IED.” “I was struck in the head with an ax.” “I was shot by a sniper in the face.” The “how did you get here” stories of the wounded warriors competing in this …
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Marines climb out of the pit and pond during an endurance course at the Jungle Warfare Training Center on Camp Gonsalves . The pit and pond is a series of mud trenches, ponds and concertina-wire barricades. III Marine Expeditionary Force, …
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I’ve talked about the importance of recommitting ourselves to the Profession of Arms through my Letter to the Force, Strategic Direction to the Joint Force, and Profession of Arms white paper. It’s central to our profession that we continue to …
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