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SAINT LOUIS, Senegal - A team of Senegalese and U.S. professionals join together for an environmental security project, February 15-20, 2009 in Saint Louis, Senegal. U.S. Africa Command's Operations and Logistics Engineer (OPLOG-EN) team, in conjunction with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, assisted the government of Senegal in surveying and developing possible solutions to mitigate the adverse effects of the rapidly eroding barrier island protecting the communities around Saint Louis. From left to right: Lieutenant Colonel Ton Bui, OPLOG-EN, U.S. AFRICOM; Dr. Alioune Kane, director of Geography Department, University of Dakar; Ibrahima Diop, Senegal Ministry of Hydraulics; Adama Cheibani, director of Operations and Monitoring; Mr. Samb, Engineering Diama Dam;.Dr. Kevin Barry, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Art Kolodziejski, OPLOG-EN, U.S. AFRICOM; and Malick Ngor, Interpreter. (Photo by Diama Dam staff)
SAINT LOUIS, Senegal - A team of Senegalese and U.S. professionals join together for an environmental security project, February 15-20, 2009 in Saint Louis, Senegal.  U.S. Africa Command's Operations and Logistics Engineer (OPLOG-EN) team, in conjunction with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, assisted the government of Senegal in surveying and developing possible solutions to mitigate the adverse effects of the rapidly eroding barrier island protecting the communities around Saint Louis. From left to right: Lieutenant Colonel Ton Bui, OPLOG-EN, U.S. AFRICOM;  Dr. Alioune Kane, director of Geography Department, University of Dakar; Ibrahima Diop, Senegal Ministry of Hydraulics; Adama Cheibani, director of Operations and Monitoring; Mr. Samb, Engineering Diama Dam;.Dr. Kevin Barry, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers;  Art Kolodziejski, OPLOG-EN, U.S. AFRICOM; and Malick Ngor, Interpreter. (Photo by Diama Dam staff)
SAINT LOUIS, Senegal - A team of Senegalese and U.S. professionals join together for an environmental security project, February 15-20, 2009 in Saint Louis, Senegal. U.S. Africa Command's Operations and Logistics Engineer (OPLOG-EN) team, in conjunction with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, assisted the government of Senegal in surveying and developing possible solutions to mitigate the adverse effects of the rapidly eroding barrier island protecting the communities around Saint Louis. From left to right: Lieutenant Colonel Ton Bui, OPLOG-EN, U.S. AFRICOM; Dr. Alioune Kane, director of Geography Department, University of Dakar; Ibrahima Diop, Senegal Ministry of Hydraulics; Adama Cheibani, director of Operations and Monitoring; Mr. Samb, Engineering Diama Dam;.Dr. Kevin Barry, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Art Kolodziejski, OPLOG-EN, U.S. AFRICOM; and Malick Ngor, Interpreter. (Photo by Diama Dam staff)
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