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    Africa Partnership Station 13

    Poplar Bluff, Mo., native Cpl. Serjio Frintrop provides security during a beach landing assault Sept. 14, 2013. The fire team leader, along with the rest of Africa Partnership Station 13, recently completed a weeklong iteration of training with Senegalese Companie de Fusilier Marine Commandos to further promote maritime security and partnership in the area. The Senegalese forces took to the training with what seemed like great enthusiasm. Lt. Lucien Malack, the company commander for the Senegalese Marines said his troops definitely took a lot from the training. Africa Partnership Station is a combined exercise between U.S., Dutch, Spanish, British Marines and their African partners that strengthens partnerships to improve safety and security both at sea and ashore, working together for a shared common goal that helps foster mutual trust and understanding. The international task force of Marines embarked the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN) landing platform dock HNLMS Rotterdam (L800) Aug. 30 as part of a three-month comprehensive effort to strengthen capabilities with African partner forces in West Africa. (U.S. Marine Corps photo/Sgt. Marco Mancha)



    Date Taken: 09.14.2013
    Date Posted: 09.28.2013 12:39
    Photo ID: 1027295
    VIRIN: 130914-M-PE262-004
    Resolution: 5388x3592
    Size: 2.51 MB
    Location: THIES, SN 
    Hometown: POPLAR BLUFF, MO, US

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