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Nighthawks develop host national workforce program

Brazil, Ind, native Spc. Ean Blakley of the Indiana National Guard's 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team registers an Iraqi worker at the host national workforce program center. Blakley has been has been working to identify workers with developed trade skills in order to provide Iraqis with more employment opportunities and Logistical Support Area Anaconda with a more developed host nation workforce.

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This work, Nighthawks develop host national workforce program [Image 3 of 3], by SSG Les Newport, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.06.2008

Date Posted:06.06.2008 11:43

Photo ID:92996



Size:2.11 MB

Location:BALAD, IQGlobe

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