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PORT GENTILE, Gabon (January 11, 2008) -- Gabonese Sailors board the Amphibious Dock Landing Ship USS Fort McHenry (LSD 43) to participate in Africa Partnership Station (APS) training. As part of the U.S. Navy's new cooperative maritime strategy, APS is a multinational effort to bring the latest training and techniques to maritime professionals in nine West and Central African countries, to address common threats of illegal fishing, smuggling, and human trafficking. In addition to maritime training, APS will perform more than 20 humanitarian projects in the region.
PORT GENTILE, Gabon (January 11, 2008)  --  Gabonese Sailors board the Amphibious Dock Landing Ship USS Fort McHenry (LSD 43) to participate in Africa Partnership Station (APS) training. As part of the U.S. Navy's new cooperative maritime strategy, APS is a multinational effort to bring the latest training and techniques to maritime professionals in nine West and Central African countries, to address common threats of illegal fishing, smuggling, and human trafficking. In addition to maritime training, APS will perform more than 20 humanitarian projects in the region.
PORT GENTILE, Gabon (January 11, 2008) -- Gabonese Sailors board the Amphibious Dock Landing Ship USS Fort McHenry (LSD 43) to participate in Africa Partnership Station (APS) training. As part of the U.S. Navy's new cooperative maritime strategy, APS is a multinational effort to bring the latest training and techniques to maritime professionals in nine West and Central African countries, to address common threats of illegal fishing, smuggling, and human trafficking. In addition to maritime training, APS will perform more than 20 humanitarian projects in the region.
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