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Armed Forces of Liberia students learn about the military

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Armed Forces of Liberia students learn about the military decision making process during the final day of the first-ever senior enlisted course at Edward Binyah Kesselly Army Base, Liberia, Jan. 6. The 40-hour course was developed and taught in conjunction with advisers from Operation Observant Liberty, a Department of State-led initiative to build capacity within the Armed Forces of Liberia, as well as senior enlisted personnel from the AFL.

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06/01/2012
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