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US Army Africa Coordinates Training with Chad and Malawi Forces
U.S. Army Africa coordinates training with Guinea, Chad and Malawi forces. During the training, 21 Malawian soldiers participated in the workshop, led by U.S. Army Africa Maj. Terry Clark and Sgt. 1st Class Roddy Rieger. While in Chad, Sgt. Vance
Medical staff from the Malawi Defence Force took part in a three-day medical workshop with U.S. Army Africa Soldiers.

The event, held at Kamuzu Barracks, was the third military-to-military activity in Malawi since August 2009. It allowed U.S. and Malawian troops to share experiences in providing medical services to soldiers and civilians during combat, peacekeeping missions and in garrison. 

Twenty-one Malawian soldiers participated in the workshop, led by U.S. Army Africa Maj. Terry Clark and Sgt. 1st Class Roddy Rieger. U.S. Army Africa is the Army service component command for U.S. Africa Command. (U.S. Army Africa photo)
2 photos: US Army Africa Coordinates Training with Chad and Malawi Forces
Photo 1 of 2: Medical staff from the Malawi Defence Force took part in a three-day medical workshop with U.S. Army Africa Soldiers. The event, held at Kamuzu Barracks, was the third military-to-military activity in Malawi since August 2009. It allowed U.S. and Malawian troops to share experiences in providing medical services to soldiers and civilians during combat, peacekeeping missions and in garrison. Twenty-one Malawian soldiers participated in the workshop, led by U.S. Army Africa Maj. Terry Clark and Sgt. 1st Class Roddy Rieger. U.S. Army Africa is the Army service component command for U.S. Africa Command. (U.S. Army Africa photo) Download full-resolution version
Sgt. Vance Scruggs, explosive ordnance (EOD) instructor from the 52nd Ordnance Group, Fort Campbell, Ky., (right) leads students of the Humanitarian Mine Action program at the Chad National Demining Training Center in N’djamena, Chad through a practical exercise using the Vallon metal detector, which locates unexploded ordnance (UXO) and metal-cased mines at large depths . With the help of the metal detector, students locate land mine training aids that are buried in the sand by the explosive ordnance instructors. (U.S. Army Africa photo)
2 photos: US Army Africa Coordinates Training with Chad and Malawi Forces
Photo 2 of 2: Sgt. Vance Scruggs, explosive ordnance (EOD) instructor from the 52nd Ordnance Group, Fort Campbell, Ky., (right) leads students of the Humanitarian Mine Action program at the Chad National Demining Training Center in N’djamena, Chad through a practical exercise using the Vallon metal detector, which locates unexploded ordnance (UXO) and metal-cased mines at large depths . With the help of the metal detector, students locate land mine training aids that are buried in the sand by the explosive ordnance instructors. (U.S. Army Africa photo) Download full-resolution version
Medical staff from the Malawi Defence Force took part in a three-day medical workshop with U.S. Army Africa Soldiers.

The event, held at Kamuzu Barracks, was the third military-to-military activity in Malawi since August 2009. It allowed U.S. and Malawian troops to share experiences in providing medical services to soldiers and civilians during combat, peacekeeping missions and in garrison. 

Twenty-one Malawian soldiers participated in the workshop, led by U.S. Army Africa Maj. Terry Clark and Sgt. 1st Class Roddy Rieger. U.S. Army Africa is the Army service component command for U.S. Africa Command. (U.S. Army Africa photo)
Sgt. Vance Scruggs, explosive ordnance (EOD) instructor from the 52nd Ordnance Group, Fort Campbell, Ky., (right) leads students of the Humanitarian Mine Action program at the Chad National Demining Training Center in N’djamena, Chad through a practical exercise using the Vallon metal detector, which locates unexploded ordnance (UXO) and metal-cased mines at large depths . With the help of the metal detector, students locate land mine training aids that are buried in the sand by the explosive ordnance instructors. (U.S. Army Africa photo)
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