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Task Force Bon Voizen reception facility serves as way station in humanitarian exercise Sgt. Aaron Leblanc

Service members assigned to Task Force Bon Voizen await flights home at the task force reception center June 24, 2011. Task Force Bon Voizen, New Horizons Haiti 2011 is a Commander, U.S. Southern Command sponsored, U.S. Army South conducted, joint foreign military interaction/humanitarian exercise under the command of the Louisiana National Guard.

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – A small compound amidst tent cities here is serving as the gateway in and out of Haiti for troops and equipment assigned to the Louisiana National Guard-led humanitarian exercise known as Task Force Bon Voizen. The walled compound – a former Chinese-owned hat factory – has been host to more than 1,500 transient service members since April 1.

Task Force Bon Voizen, New Horizons Haiti 2011, is a Commander, U.S. Southern Command sponsored, U.S. Army South conducted, joint foreign military interaction/humanitarian exercise under the command of the Louisiana National Guard.

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Date Taken:06.24.2011

Date Posted:06.24.2011 16:47

Location:PORT-AU-PRINCE, HTGlobe

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