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US Army CHIEF of STAFF, GEN Gordon Sullivan, right, reaches out to shake the hand of an unidentifiable US Army officer. Other identifiable flag officers in the picture are; Restore Hope US Army STAFF, MGEN Moore, center looking on; and US Army LGEN Leon Salomon, Deputy CHIEF of STAFF for Logistics, far right. An unidentifiable commercial 747 airliner is partially seen in the background. GEN Sullivan arrived in Somalia to visit troops assigned to the Joint Task Force for Operation Restore Hope

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