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SEKONDI, Ghana - Ghanaian and Mozambiquen sailors work with U.S. crew members aboard the USS Nashville to fix boat engines during the ship's 18-day port stop to Sekondi, Ghana, February 26, 2009. Nashville is currently deployed with Africa Partnership Station (APS), an international initiative developed by U.S. Naval Forces Europe and Naval Forces Africa, which aims to work cooperatively with U. S. and international partners to improve maritime safety and security in Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Matthew Bookwalter)
SEKONDI, Ghana - Ghanaian and Mozambiquen sailors work with U.S. crew members aboard the USS Nashville to fix boat engines during the ship's 18-day port stop to Sekondi, Ghana, February 26, 2009.  Nashville is currently deployed with Africa Partnership Station (APS), an international initiative developed by U.S. Naval Forces Europe and Naval Forces Africa, which aims to work cooperatively with U. S. and international partners to improve maritime safety and security in Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Matthew Bookwalter)
SEKONDI, Ghana - Ghanaian and Mozambiquen sailors work with U.S. crew members aboard the USS Nashville to fix boat engines during the ship's 18-day port stop to Sekondi, Ghana, February 26, 2009. Nashville is currently deployed with Africa Partnership Station (APS), an international initiative developed by U.S. Naval Forces Europe and Naval Forces Africa, which aims to work cooperatively with U. S. and international partners to improve maritime safety and security in Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Matthew Bookwalter)
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