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US, UK Royal Marines work with West African partners during Africa Partnership Station
Angola's Fuzileiros Operaçües Especiais Marines prepare to clear buildings after disembarking a boat during room-clearing training, Oct. 7, in Lobito, Angola. U.S. Marines and U.K. Royal Marine Commandos trained the Fuzileiros Operaçües Especiais Marines as part of the Africa Partnership Station, which is a U.S Naval Forces Africa initiative that aims to increase the maritime safety and security capacity of African partners through collaboration, regional cooperation through engagement exercises that build toward self-sustained African security of the maritime domain.
Angola's Fuzileiros Operaçües Especiais Marines prepare to clear buildings after disembarking a boat during room-clearing training, Oct. 7, in Lobito, Angola. U.S. Marines and U.K. Royal Marine Commandos trained the Fuzileiros Operaçües Especiais Marines as part of the Africa Partnership Station, which is a U.S Naval Forces Africa initiative that aims to increase the maritime safety and security capacity of African partners through collaboration, regional cooperation through engagement exercises that build toward self-sustained African security of the maritime domain.
Angola's Fuzileiros Operaçües Especiais Marines prepare to clear buildings after disembarking a boat during room-clearing training, Oct. 7, in Lobito, Angola. U.S. Marines and U.K. Royal Marine Commandos trained the Fuzileiros Operaçües Especiais Marines as part of the Africa Partnership Station, which is a U.S Naval Forces Africa initiative that aims to increase the maritime safety and security capacity of African partners through collaboration, regional cooperation through engagement exercises that build toward self-sustained African security of the maritime domain.
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