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Africa Endeavor, an annual communications joint exercise sponsored by AFRICOM, is the largest military exercise on the African continent which focuses on the interoperability of equipment and information sharing among military representatives throughout the African Union. The exercise is the sixth iteration since the first was held in South Africa in 2006. Soundbites include U.S. Marine Col. Andrew Kostic - The Deputy Director of Joint Training and Exercises for U.S. Africa Command and Maj. Samuel Moody - Sierra Leone Armed Forces, Public Relations Staff Officer. Produced by Staff Sgt. Virgia Wilson.

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Date Taken:06.18.2012

Date Posted:06.23.2012 2:14AM


Video ID:147510




Location:DOUALA, CMGlobe

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