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NGOLA VILLAGE, Gabon - Petty Officer 2nd Class Howard T. LeRoy (left), Joseph C. Sohlberg, Master of HSV Swift (center) and Ensign Michael P. Deasey (right) of High Speed Vessel Swift (HSV 2) prepare two rigid hull inflatable boats to leave Ngola village -- a small, remote settlement on the Ogooue river in Gabon, August 25, 2009. The sailors are part of a larger Navy and Contract Mariner detachment from Africa Partnership Station Swift which made a Project Handclasp delivery to the village. APS is an international initiative under Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Africa which aims to work cooperatively with U.S., European and African partners to enhance maritime safety and security in Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Dan Meaney)
NGOLA VILLAGE, Gabon - Petty Officer 2nd Class Howard T. LeRoy (left), Joseph C. Sohlberg, Master of HSV Swift (center) and Ensign Michael P. Deasey (right) of High Speed Vessel Swift (HSV 2) prepare two rigid hull inflatable boats to leave Ngola village -- a small, remote settlement on the Ogooue river in Gabon, August 25, 2009.  The sailors are part of a larger Navy and Contract Mariner detachment from Africa Partnership Station Swift which made a Project Handclasp delivery to the village. APS is an international initiative under Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Africa which aims to work cooperatively with U.S., European and African partners to enhance maritime safety and security in Africa.  (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Dan Meaney)
NGOLA VILLAGE, Gabon - Petty Officer 2nd Class Howard T. LeRoy (left), Joseph C. Sohlberg, Master of HSV Swift (center) and Ensign Michael P. Deasey (right) of High Speed Vessel Swift (HSV 2) prepare two rigid hull inflatable boats to leave Ngola village -- a small, remote settlement on the Ogooue river in Gabon, August 25, 2009. The sailors are part of a larger Navy and Contract Mariner detachment from Africa Partnership Station Swift which made a Project Handclasp delivery to the village. APS is an international initiative under Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Africa which aims to work cooperatively with U.S., European and African partners to enhance maritime safety and security in Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Dan Meaney)
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