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US Sailors Conduct Search and Seizure Familiarization Training in Douala
United States Service Members, Cameroon and Gabon sailors conduct a search and seizure familiarization in Douala, Cameroon as part of exercise Obangame Express 2014. Obangame Express is a Gulf of Guinea-based multinational maritime exercise
DOUALA, Cameroon – Petty Officer 2nd class Brian Ott demonstrates a takedown technique with Gabon navy sailor during a search and seizure familiarization in Douala, Cameroon as part of exercise Obangame Express 2014. Obangame Express is a Gulf of Guinea-based multinational maritime exercise designed to improve cooperation, interdiction expertise and information sharing among West and Central African maritime forces in order to increase maritime safety and security in the region.
 
(U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Matt Wright/Released)
3 photos: US Sailors Conduct Search and Seizure Familiarization Training in Douala
Photo 1 of 3: DOUALA, Cameroon – Petty Officer 2nd class Brian Ott demonstrates a takedown technique with Gabon navy sailor during a search and seizure familiarization in Douala, Cameroon as part of exercise Obangame Express 2014. Obangame Express is a Gulf of Guinea-based multinational maritime exercise designed to improve cooperation, interdiction expertise and information sharing among West and Central African maritime forces in order to increase maritime safety and security in the region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Matt Wright/Released) Download full-resolution version
DOUALA, Cameroon – United States Army Private First class Chirac Nqueadjeu, center, translates to Cameroon and Gabon sailors during a search and seizure familiarization in Douala, Cameroon as part of exercise Obangame Express 2014. Obangame Express is a Gulf of Guinea-based multinational maritime exercise designed to improve cooperation, interdiction expertise and information sharing among West and Central African maritime forces in order to increase maritime safety and security in the region.
3 photos: US Sailors Conduct Search and Seizure Familiarization Training in Douala
Photo 2 of 3: DOUALA, Cameroon – United States Army Private First class Chirac Nqueadjeu, center, translates to Cameroon and Gabon sailors during a search and seizure familiarization in Douala, Cameroon as part of exercise Obangame Express 2014. Obangame Express is a Gulf of Guinea-based multinational maritime exercise designed to improve cooperation, interdiction expertise and information sharing among West and Central African maritime forces in order to increase maritime safety and security in the region. Download full-resolution version
Petty Officer 2nd Class Zolo Ruphim, Cameroon navy, left, assumes a security posture as part of a search and seizure familiarization in Douala, Cameroon as part of exercise Obangame Express 2014. Obangame Express is a Gulf of Guinea-based multinational maritime exercise designed to improve cooperation, interdiction expertise and information sharing among West and Central African maritime forces in order to increase maritime safety and security in the region.
3 photos: US Sailors Conduct Search and Seizure Familiarization Training in Douala
Photo 3 of 3: Petty Officer 2nd Class Zolo Ruphim, Cameroon navy, left, assumes a security posture as part of a search and seizure familiarization in Douala, Cameroon as part of exercise Obangame Express 2014. Obangame Express is a Gulf of Guinea-based multinational maritime exercise designed to improve cooperation, interdiction expertise and information sharing among West and Central African maritime forces in order to increase maritime safety and security in the region. Download full-resolution version
DOUALA, Cameroon – Petty Officer 2nd class Brian Ott demonstrates a takedown technique with Gabon navy sailor during a search and seizure familiarization in Douala, Cameroon as part of exercise Obangame Express 2014. Obangame Express is a Gulf of Guinea-based multinational maritime exercise designed to improve cooperation, interdiction expertise and information sharing among West and Central African maritime forces in order to increase maritime safety and security in the region.
 
(U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Matt Wright/Released)
DOUALA, Cameroon – United States Army Private First class Chirac Nqueadjeu, center, translates to Cameroon and Gabon sailors during a search and seizure familiarization in Douala, Cameroon as part of exercise Obangame Express 2014. Obangame Express is a Gulf of Guinea-based multinational maritime exercise designed to improve cooperation, interdiction expertise and information sharing among West and Central African maritime forces in order to increase maritime safety and security in the region.
Petty Officer 2nd Class Zolo Ruphim, Cameroon navy, left, assumes a security posture as part of a search and seizure familiarization in Douala, Cameroon as part of exercise Obangame Express 2014. Obangame Express is a Gulf of Guinea-based multinational maritime exercise designed to improve cooperation, interdiction expertise and information sharing among West and Central African maritime forces in order to increase maritime safety and security in the region.
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