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Watching as Georgian troops exit a Georgian Armed Forces UH-1H "Huey" helicopter, US Air Force (USAF) MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Bob Roper, with the 6th Special Operations Squadron (SOS), out of Hurlburt Field, Florida, provides air mobile operational training to members of the Georgian military in support of the Georgia Train and Equip Program

US Air Force (USAF) MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Allen K. Brown, with the 6th Special Operations Squadron (SOS), Hurlburt Field, Florida and a Georgian Maintenance Officer, trouble shoot a failed stabilizer bar damper from a Georgian UH-1H Iroquois helicopter, in support of the Georgia Train and Equip Program (GTEP)

Georgian Army Soldiers flank and engage silhouette targets during their first live-fire squad maneuver training in support of the Georgia Train and Equip Program (GTEP)

US Army (USA) Sergeant (SGT) Daniel Roxbury, with the 10th Special Forces Group (SFG), Fort Carson, Colorado, manages and supplies Base Camp 060, in support of the Georgia Train and Equip Program (GTEP)

Georgian Army Soldiers gather 7.62 mm ammunition rounds for their AK-47s, during their first live-fire squad training, in support of the Georgia Train and Equip Program (GTEP)

US Air Force (USAF) MASTER Sergeant (MSGT) Allen K. Brown, with the 6th Special Operations Squadron (SOS), Hurlburt Field, Florida and a Georgian Maintenance Officer, trouble shoot a failed stabilizer bar damper from a Georgian UH-1H Iroquois helicopter, in support of the Georgia Train and Equip Program (GTEP)

US Air Force (USAF) Captain (CAPT) Brian Hull, with the 6th Special Operations Squadron (SOS), Hurlburt Field, Florida, pre-flights the main rotor system of a Georgian UH-1H Iroquois helicopter

Lebanese Army Private (PVT) Darek Ghandour with an Engineering Regiment sends his mine-detecting dog, Nazar, to find explosives during a demining and Explosives Ordnance Disposal (EOD) field training exercise in Hammana, Lebanon (LBN)

A US Navy (USN) Emergency Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Training Instructor with EOD Unit 8, at Sigonella, Sicily (SIC) and students from a Lebanese Army Engineering Regiment review the use of Thiokol Flares to burn land mines during a demining operational field training exercise in Beirut, Lebanon (LBN)

Lebanese Army Private (PVT) Saleh Suhail (right), with an Engineering Regiment, salutes the Officer in Charge (OIC) of training from 2nd Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) upon graduating the demining training class in Beirut, Lebanon (LBN)

The honorable Vincent M. Battle (left), US Ambassador to Lebanon (LBN) is greeted upon his arrival by a US Army (USA) instructor at the graduation of over 80-students from the Lebanese Army Engineering Regiment and the National Demining Office in Beirut, Lebanon

US Army (USA) Major (MAJ) Gary Sergeant (left), Office of Defense Cooperation, US Embassy Beirut, Lebanon (LBN), goes over displayed demining equipment with Lieutenant General (LGEN) Michel Sleiman, Commander of the Lebanese Armed Forces, at the graduation of over 80-Lebanese Army Engineering Regiment students from the National Demining Office in Beirut, Lebanon

Even with the rebuilding of downtown Beirut there is still a military presence in the streets of Lebanon (LBN) for peacekeeping purposes

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