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U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac dedicates medical equipment

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U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac dedicates medical equipment to the Armed Forces of Liberia in a ceremony at Edward Binyah Kesselly Barracks Medical Clinic Oct. 30, 2013. The United States donated more than $40,000 in equipment to treat AFL soldiers and their families and support Liberia’s efforts against HIV/AIDS. U.S. service members with Operation Onward Liberty provide mentorship to AFL soldiers at the clinic to produce a capable, respected force able to protect Liberian interests in the West African region. In addition, OOL is developing the leadership capabilities of the officers and noncommissioned officers to maintain a professional and credible military force with a reputation as a “force for good” among the Liberian people. (Photo by U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Brian Bahret)

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