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Special Operations Detachment - Africa crosses one-year milestone

U.S. Army Maj. Robert Hites, Special Operations Detachment - Africa (SOD-A), Texas Army National Guard, center, meets with Malawi Defense Forces Brig. Gen. Peter Andrew Namathanga and his staff at Lilongwe Military Airfield, Malawi, May 2013. Both armies are participating in Epic Guardian 13, a joint staff-coordinated exercise focused on crisis action planning, deployment of forces and military operations in support of civil authorities. SOD-A soldiers conduct various missions Africa in support of Special Operations Command-Africa, whose goal is to promote regional stability in that region. (Courtesy photo).



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Date Taken:05.08.2013

Date Posted:12.08.2013 11:08

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