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CJOA-A command senior enlisted leader conference

Command senior enlisted leaders from throughout the Combined Joint Operations Area - Afghanistan share with each other their Thanksgiving "stories," which ranged from visiting various forward operating bases/combat operating posts to holding award ceremonies for troops, during the CJOA-A Command Senior Enlisted Leader Conference, Camp Phoenix, Afghanistan, Nov. 26, 2011. The conference highlighted the mission of CJIATF 435 at the Detention Facility in Parwan, Afghanistan.



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This work, CJOA-A command senior enlisted leader conference [Image 5 of 7], by SSgt Amanda Dick, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.26.2011

Date Posted:12.02.2011 08:40

Photo ID:493933

VIRIN:111126-F-MJ568-063

Resolution:4288x1632

Size:1.29 MB

Location:CAMP PHOENIX, AFGlobe

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