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Lion Rogue 2014 Helps Build FARDC Capacity
From July 7 to 28, the Kinshasa Embassy’s Office of Security Cooperation (OSC) organized a series of trainings for FARDCs at the Kitona base in the Bas-Congo province.
U.S. Africa Command’s Senior Enlisted Advisor, Command Sgt. Maj. Darrin Bohn, delivers a speech during the closing ceremony of Exercise Lion Rogue recently in the Democratic Republic of Congo.   From July 7 to 28, the Embassy’s Office of Security Cooperation (OSC) organized a series of trainings for FARDCs at the Kitona base in the Bas-Congo province. The program, called “Nkosi Mutane”, or “Lion Rouge II”, consisted of a series of trainings in various areas such as human rights, rule of law, logistics, ammunition storage and ethical leadership for chaplains. (Photo courtesy U.S. Embassy Kinshasa)
3 photos: FARDC Training during Lion Rogue 2014
Photo 1 of 3: U.S. Africa Command’s Senior Enlisted Advisor, Command Sgt. Maj. Darrin Bohn, delivers a speech during the closing ceremony of Exercise Lion Rogue recently in the Democratic Republic of Congo. From July 7 to 28, the Embassy’s Office of Security Cooperation (OSC) organized a series of trainings for FARDCs at the Kitona base in the Bas-Congo province. The program, called “Nkosi Mutane”, or “Lion Rouge II”, consisted of a series of trainings in various areas such as human rights, rule of law, logistics, ammunition storage and ethical leadership for chaplains. (Photo courtesy U.S. Embassy Kinshasa) Download full-resolution version
From July 7 to 28, the Embassy’s Office of Security Cooperation (OSC) organized a series of trainings for Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (Forces Armées de la République Démocratique du Congo, FARDC) at the Kitona base in the Bas-Congo province. The program, called “Nkosi Mutane”, or “Lion Rouge II”, consisted of a series of trainings in various areas such as human rights, rule of law, logistics, ammunition storage and ethical leadership for chaplains. FARDC women have also been trained in lifesaving techniques by members of the Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA) program team.
3 photos: Lion Rogue 2014
Photo 2 of 3: From July 7 to 28, the Embassy’s Office of Security Cooperation (OSC) organized a series of trainings for Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (Forces Armées de la République Démocratique du Congo, FARDC) at the Kitona base in the Bas-Congo province. The program, called “Nkosi Mutane”, or “Lion Rouge II”, consisted of a series of trainings in various areas such as human rights, rule of law, logistics, ammunition storage and ethical leadership for chaplains. FARDC women have also been trained in lifesaving techniques by members of the Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA) program team. Download full-resolution version
From July 7 to 28, the Embassy’s Office of Security Cooperation (OSC) organized a series of trainings for Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (Forces Armées de la République Démocratique du Congo, FARDC) at the Kitona base in the Bas-Congo province. The program, called “Nkosi Mutane”, or “Lion Rouge II”, consisted of a series of trainings in various areas such as human rights, rule of law, logistics, ammunition storage and ethical leadership for chaplains. FARDC women have also been trained in lifesaving techniques by members of the Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA) program team.
3 photos: Lion Rogue 2014 Training in DRC
Photo 3 of 3: From July 7 to 28, the Embassy’s Office of Security Cooperation (OSC) organized a series of trainings for Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (Forces Armées de la République Démocratique du Congo, FARDC) at the Kitona base in the Bas-Congo province. The program, called “Nkosi Mutane”, or “Lion Rouge II”, consisted of a series of trainings in various areas such as human rights, rule of law, logistics, ammunition storage and ethical leadership for chaplains. FARDC women have also been trained in lifesaving techniques by members of the Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA) program team. Download full-resolution version
U.S. Africa Command’s Senior Enlisted Advisor, Command Sgt. Maj. Darrin Bohn, delivers a speech during the closing ceremony of Exercise Lion Rogue recently in the Democratic Republic of Congo.   From July 7 to 28, the Embassy’s Office of Security Cooperation (OSC) organized a series of trainings for FARDCs at the Kitona base in the Bas-Congo province. The program, called “Nkosi Mutane”, or “Lion Rouge II”, consisted of a series of trainings in various areas such as human rights, rule of law, logistics, ammunition storage and ethical leadership for chaplains. (Photo courtesy U.S. Embassy Kinshasa)
From July 7 to 28, the Embassy’s Office of Security Cooperation (OSC) organized a series of trainings for Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (Forces Armées de la République Démocratique du Congo, FARDC) at the Kitona base in the Bas-Congo province. The program, called “Nkosi Mutane”, or “Lion Rouge II”, consisted of a series of trainings in various areas such as human rights, rule of law, logistics, ammunition storage and ethical leadership for chaplains. FARDC women have also been trained in lifesaving techniques by members of the Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA) program team.
From July 7 to 28, the Embassy’s Office of Security Cooperation (OSC) organized a series of trainings for Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (Forces Armées de la République Démocratique du Congo, FARDC) at the Kitona base in the Bas-Congo province. The program, called “Nkosi Mutane”, or “Lion Rouge II”, consisted of a series of trainings in various areas such as human rights, rule of law, logistics, ammunition storage and ethical leadership for chaplains. FARDC women have also been trained in lifesaving techniques by members of the Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA) program team.

From July 7 to 28, the Embassy’s Office of Security Cooperation (OSC) organized a series of trainings for Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (Forces Armées de la République Démocratique du Congo, FARDC) at the Kitona base in the Bas-Congo province. The program, called “Nkosi Mutane”, or “Lion Rouge II”, consisted of a series of trainings in various areas such as human rights, rule of law, logistics, ammunition storage and ethical leadership for chaplains. FARDC women have also been trained in lifesaving techniques by members of the Humanitarian Mine Action (HMA) program team.

For more on Lion Rogue II, visit the U.S. Embassy Kinshasa article here.

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