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    Ethiopia: 4 Hometown Assets


    • Soldier Spotlight: Spc. Dawit Baye

      Soldier Spotlight: Spc. Dawit Baye

      Photo by Staff Sgt. Ashley Childress   |   109th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment   |   06.10.2018

      Spc. Dewit Baye, a finance specialist in the 828th Finance Detachment, 213th Regional Support Group, Pennsylvania Army National Guard, serves as an assistant-gunner for fellow unit member Pvt. Xiomarie Tomecek. The two qualified on the M249 squad automatic weapon at Fort Indiantown Gap June 9, 2018. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Cpl. Hannah Baker)...
      Hometown: Addis Ababa

    • Soldier Spotlight

      Soldier Spotlight

      Story by Cpl. Hannah Baker   |   109th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment   |   06.10.2018

      Spc. Dewit Baye serves as a finance specialist with the 828th Finance Detachment, 213th Regional Support Group, Pennsylvania Army National Guard....
      Hometown: Addis Ababa

    • USARAF-led exercise in Ethiopia reunites Soldier, mother

      USARAF-led exercise in Ethiopia reunites Soldier, mother

      Story by Staff Sgt. Lance Pounds   |   U.S. Army Africa   |   03.28.2017

      ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – While Master Sgt. Bakaffa Casey, a U.S. Army Africa information technology manager, was in Ethiopia to facilitate communications capabilities for USARAF-led exercise Justified Accord 17, he was able to reunite with his mother, Ferehiout Alemayehu Casey, for the first time since 1999. “To see my mother again … It was great,” he said. “This is my first time......
      Hometown: Addis Ababa

    • Justified Accord 17

      Justified Accord 17

      Photo by Staff Sgt. Lance Pounds   |   U.S. Army Africa   |   03.28.2017

      Master Sgt. Bakaffa Casey, an information technology manager with U.S. Army Africa, and his mother, Ferehiout Alemayehu Casey, whom his has not seen in since 1999, pose for a photo after having lunch at the Peace Support Training Center in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Casey was able to reunite with his mother, and extended family members, because he was here in support of Justified Accord 17, which......
      Hometown: Addis Ababa

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