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GEN. Peter A. Schoomaker, CHIEF of STAFF, U.S. Army, left, presents a gift to Venezuela Army Division GEN. Raul Isaias Baduel, right, during bi-lateral talks between the two GEN. during the Conference of American Armies Commander's Conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Nov. 3, 2005. (U.S. Army photo by Kaye Richey) (Released)

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