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Angolan Armed Forces general visits US, Ohio for first time
U.S. Army Col. Daniel J. Shank (second from right), Ohio assistant adjutant general for Army, explains to Gen. Jaques Raul (center), the Angolan Armed Forces deputy land forces commander, how service members assigned to the Ohio National Guard Homeland Response Force train on rescuing victims out of a rubble pile, June 3, 2019, at Camp James A. Garfield Joint Military Training Center near Newton, Ohio. The OHNG Homeland Response Force, one of only 10 in the nation, showcased to the Angolan delegation some of the unique capabilities of the National Guard when called to respond to natural disasters.
U.S. Army Col. Daniel J. Shank (second from right), Ohio assistant adjutant general for Army, explains to Gen. Jaques Raul (center), the Angolan Armed Forces deputy land forces commander, how service members assigned to the Ohio National Guard Homeland Response Force train on rescuing victims out of a rubble pile, June 3, 2019, at Camp James A. Garfield Joint Military Training Center near Newton, Ohio. The OHNG Homeland Response Force, one of only 10 in the nation, showcased to the Angolan delegation some of the unique capabilities of the National Guard when called to respond to natural disasters.
U.S. Army Col. Daniel J. Shank (second from right), Ohio assistant adjutant general for Army, explains to Gen. Jaques Raul (center), the Angolan Armed Forces deputy land forces commander, how service members assigned to the Ohio National Guard Homeland Response Force train on rescuing victims out of a rubble pile, June 3, 2019, at Camp James A. Garfield Joint Military Training Center near Newton, Ohio. The OHNG Homeland Response Force, one of only 10 in the nation, showcased to the Angolan delegation some of the unique capabilities of the National Guard when called to respond to natural disasters.
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