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Tanzanians, CJTF-HOA partner for Veterinary Civic Action Program

U.S. Army Maj. Brad Keough, veterinarian officer in charge of the 448th Civil Affairs Battalion's functional specialty team, reviews the equipment and tools' functions during the classroom instruction portion of the Veterinary Civic Action Program held in Mkinga district, Tanzania, Sept. 3-14. Keough and soldiers from the Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa partnered with local leadership to help strengthen the capabilities of the local veterinarian workers, ensure livestock health, enhance agriculture and economic stability and develop trust and confidence with this CJTF-HOA partner nation.



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This work, Tanzanians, CJTF-HOA partner for Veterinary Civic Action Program [Image 15 of 16], by SSG Shejal Pulivarti, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.22.2012

Date Posted:09.22.2012 09:11

Photo ID:670037

VIRIN:120905-A-IO170-010

Resolution:2784x1848

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