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The AFRICOM Olympics are right around the corner; Friday, August 8, 2014.  The opening ceremony begins at 0800.  Nearly all of the events will take place on Kelley Barracks with the exception of the bowling competition which will be held in the bowling alley on Panzer Kaserne. A delegation from Mozambique, consisting of journalists and media representatives from various media outlets, poses for a group photo during a visit to U.S. Africa Command as part of the AFRICOM Media Visit Program hosted by the AFRICOM public affairs office in Stuttgart, Germany, July 21, 2014.A member of the delegation from Mozambique, consisting of journalists and media representatives, introduces himself during a visit to U.S. Africa Command as part of the AFRICOM Media Visit Program hosted by the AFRICOM public affairs office in Stuttgart, Germany, July 21, 2014.Captain Peter Driscoll, the team leader for a theater security cooperation team with Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Africa 14, discusses tactical site exploitation with members of a task force in Gabon, June 13, 2014. A team of 15 Marines and sailors trained with their Gabonese counterparts from the Agence Nationale des Parcs Nationaux and the Gabonese military and Gendarmerie to demonstrate tactics that could then be applied to combat all types of illicit activities, to include narcotics trafficking. (Photo by 1st Lt. James F. Stenger)Corporal Michael Kennedy, a Marine with Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Africa 14, discusses detainee handling with members of a task force in Gabon, June 10, 2014. A team of 15 Marines and sailors trained with their Gabonese counterparts from the Agence Nationale des Parcs Nationaux and the Gabonese military and Gendarmerie to demonstrate tactics that could then be applied to combat all types of illicit activities, to include narcotics trafficking.Lance Cpl. Mickey Anderson (standing) and Lance Cpl. Fletcher McQuire (sitting), Marines with Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Africa 14, discuss the fundamentals of marksmanship with members of a task force in Gabon, June 8, 2014. A team of 15 Marines and sailors trained with their Gabonese counterparts from the Agence Nationale des Parcs Nationaux and the Gabonese military and Gendarmerie to demonstrate tactics that could then be applied to combat all types of illicit activities, to include narcotics trafficking. (Photo by 1st Lt. James F. Stenger)Lance Cpl. Mickey Anderson, a Marine with Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Africa 14, demonstrates detainee handling with members of a task force in Gabon, June 10, 2014. A team of 15 Marines and sailors trained with their Gabonese counterparts from the Agence Nationale des Parcs Nationaux and the Gabonese military and Gendarmerie to demonstrate tactics that could then be applied to combat all types of illicit activities, to include narcotics traffickingA delegation from Angola and Mozambique, consisting of journalists and media representatives from various media outlets, visits U.S. Africa Command as part of the AFRICOM Media Visit Program hosted by the public affairs office in Stuttgart, Germany, July 21, 2014. The five-day program will offer journalists a detailed understanding of AFRICOM's mission, objectives and engagement programs on the African continent. The visit is to help strengthen the communication and information flow between the command and media organizations on the African continent.  Journalists can then use that information in their reporting. A delegation from Angola and Mozambique, consisting of journalists and media representatives from various media outlets, visits U.S. Africa Command as part of the AFRICOM Media Visit Program hosted by the public affairs office in Stuttgart, Germany, July 21, 2014. The five-day program will offer journalists a detailed understanding of AFRICOM's mission, objectives and engagement programs on the African continent. The visit is to help strengthen the communication and information flow between the command and media organizations on the African continent.  Journalists can then use that information in their reporting. A delegation from Angola and Mozambique, consisting of journalists and media representatives from various media outlets, visits U.S. Africa Command as part of the AFRICOM Media Visit Program hosted by the public affairs office in Stuttgart, Germany, July 21, 2014. The five-day program will offer journalists a detailed understanding of AFRICOM's mission, objectives and engagement programs on the African continent. The visit is to help strengthen the communication and information flow between the command and media organizations on the African continent.  Journalists can then use that information in their reporting.
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