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Closing Ceremony ends Flintlock 2014 in Niger
Flintlock is an African-planned, coordinated and executed multi-lateral exercise that seeks to further the training and counterterrorism capabilities and proficiencies of participating nations across the Trans-Sahara region, while fostering
Deputy to the Commander for Military Operations Lieutenant General Steven A. Hummer shakes hands with participants of Exercise Flintlock 2014 at the closing ceremony in Niamey, Niger, March 9, 2014. Hummer also spoke at the ceremony and congratulated the more than 1,000 service members and civilians from 22 nations on their accomplishments during the 3-week training exercise. Flintlock exercises began in 2005 and have grown to become a global endeavor spanning multiple countries, languages and cultures. Flintlock is an African-planned, coordinated and executed multi-lateral exercise that seeks to further the training and counterterrorism capabilities and proficiencies of participating nations across the Trans-Sahara region, while fostering collaborative communication and coordination skills. (Photo by U.S. Navy Lt.j.g. Amy Forsythe, U.S. Africa Command.)
Closing Ceremony ends Flintlock 2014 in Niger | | Wednesday, March 12, 2014 | Deputy to the Commander for Military Operations Lieutenant General Steven A. Hummer shakes hands with participants of Exercise Flintlock 2014 at the closing ceremony in Niamey, Niger, March 9, 2014. Hummer also spoke at the ceremony and congratulated the more than 1,000 service members and civilians from 22 nations on their accomplishments during the 3-week training exercise. Flintlock exercises began in 2005 and have grown to become a global endeavor spanning multiple countries, languages and cultures. Flintlock is an African-planned, coordinated and executed multi-lateral exercise that seeks to further the training and counterterrorism capabilities and proficiencies of participating nations across the Trans-Sahara region, while fostering collaborative communication and coordination skills. (Photo by U.S. Navy Lt.j.g. Amy Forsythe, U.S. Africa Command.) Download full-resolution version
Nigerien troops displayed pomp and circumstance during the closing ceremony for Flintlock 2014 in Niamey, Niger, Mar. 9, 2014. (Photo by U.S. Navy Lt.j.g. Amy Forsythe, U.S. Africa Command)
Closing Ceremony ends Flintlock 2014 in Niger | | Wednesday, March 12, 2014 | Nigerien troops displayed pomp and circumstance during the closing ceremony for Flintlock 2014 in Niamey, Niger, Mar. 9, 2014. (Photo by U.S. Navy Lt.j.g. Amy Forsythe, U.S. Africa Command) Download full-resolution version
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