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MALABO, Equatorial Guinea (February 01, 2008) — Navy Lieutenant Phillip McCorvey and a member of the local Equatorial Guinea soccer team exchange soccer balls signed by the members of each team. Sporting events are one of the ways in which Africa Partnership Station (APS) is creating partnerships through West and Central Africa. As part of the Navy's new cooperative maritime strategy, APS is a multi-national effort to bring the latest training and techniques to maritime professionals in West and Central Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Brian Goyak)
MALABO, Equatorial Guinea (February 01, 2008) — Navy Lieutenant Phillip McCorvey and a member of the local Equatorial Guinea soccer team exchange soccer balls signed by the members of each team. Sporting events are one of the ways in which Africa Partnership Station (APS) is creating partnerships through West and Central Africa.  As part of the Navy's new cooperative maritime strategy, APS is a multi-national effort to bring the latest training and techniques to maritime professionals in West and Central Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Brian Goyak)
MALABO, Equatorial Guinea (February 01, 2008) — Navy Lieutenant Phillip McCorvey and a member of the local Equatorial Guinea soccer team exchange soccer balls signed by the members of each team. Sporting events are one of the ways in which Africa Partnership Station (APS) is creating partnerships through West and Central Africa. As part of the Navy's new cooperative maritime strategy, APS is a multi-national effort to bring the latest training and techniques to maritime professionals in West and Central Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Brian Goyak)
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