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U.S. Coast Guard Academy cadets’ research seeks ways to improve anti-trafficking efforts in Gulf of Guinea
Brian Lisko, U.S. Africa Command Maritime Programs, Capt. Brigid Pavilonis, Chair of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Department of Humanities, 1st Class Cadet John Roddy, 1st Class Cadet Samuel Wood, 1st Class Cadet Erin Reynolds, Lt. Cmdr. Todd Behney, U.S. Africa Command Maritime Programs, and Dr. Ginger Denton, research team advisor, post for a photo during the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Research Symposium March 27, 2017 at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy
Brian Lisko, U.S. Africa Command Maritime Programs, Capt. Brigid Pavilonis, Chair of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Department of Humanities, 1st Class Cadet John Roddy, 1st Class Cadet Samuel Wood, 1st Class Cadet Erin Reynolds, Lt. Cmdr. Todd Behney, U.S. Africa Command Maritime Programs, and Dr. Ginger Denton, research team advisor, post for a photo during the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Research Symposium March 27, 2017 at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy
Brian Lisko, U.S. Africa Command Maritime Programs, Capt. Brigid Pavilonis, Chair of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Department of Humanities, 1st Class Cadet John Roddy, 1st Class Cadet Samuel Wood, 1st Class Cadet Erin Reynolds, Lt. Cmdr. Todd Behney, U.S. Africa Command Maritime Programs, and Dr. Ginger Denton, research team advisor, post for a photo during the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Research Symposium March 27, 2017 at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy
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