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Counter illicit trafficking training enhances partnerships, protects wildlife
A team member from U.S. Army Civil Affairs Team 8324, 83rd Civil Affairs Battalion, provides guidance on site exploitation for EcoGuards (the Gabonese equivalent of Park Rangers) during Counter Illicit Trafficking training, in Loango National Park, Gabon. The training provided by the 83rd Civil Affairs Battalion, is a series of one week courses taught over six months to enhance partner force counter-illicit trafficking capabilities in Gabon (DOD Photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist John M. Hageman)
A team member from U.S. Army Civil Affairs Team 8324,  83rd Civil Affairs Battalion, provides guidance on site exploitation for EcoGuards (the Gabonese equivalent of Park Rangers) during Counter Illicit Trafficking training, in Loango National Park, Gabon.  The training provided by the 83rd Civil Affairs Battalion, is a series of one week courses taught over six months to enhance partner force counter-illicit trafficking capabilities in Gabon (DOD Photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist John M. Hageman)
A team member from U.S. Army Civil Affairs Team 8324, 83rd Civil Affairs Battalion, provides guidance on site exploitation for EcoGuards (the Gabonese equivalent of Park Rangers) during Counter Illicit Trafficking training, in Loango National Park, Gabon. The training provided by the 83rd Civil Affairs Battalion, is a series of one week courses taught over six months to enhance partner force counter-illicit trafficking capabilities in Gabon (DOD Photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist John M. Hageman)
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