DAKAR, Senegal — U.S. Navy Electronics Technician 2nd Class James Buck helps a Sailor from the Senegalese Navy repair the radar onboard a small craft of the Senegalese Navy April 8. Buck is one
DAKAR, Senegal — U.S. Navy Electronics Technician 2nd Class James Buck helps a Sailor from the Senegalese Navy repair the radar onboard a small craft of the Senegalese Navy April 8. Buck is one of many Sailors contributing to Africa Partnership Station (APS). Part of the U.S. Navy's Global Fleet Station, APS provides a platform with the capacity and persistent presence to support sustained, focused training and collaboration on a regional scale to maritime partners in West and Central Africa. Commander Task Force 365 and training teams from various U.S. and European military commands, as well as governmental and non-governmental organizations are embarked on board Fort McHenry to enhance cooperative partnerships. (Department of Defense photo by Navy Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Brian A. Goyak)
DAKAR, Senegal — U.S. Navy Electronics Technician 2nd Class James Buck helps a Sailor from the Senegalese Navy repair the radar onboard a small craft of the Senegalese Navy April 8. Buck is one of many Sailors contributing to Africa Partnership Station (APS).  Part of the U.S. Navy's Global Fleet Station, APS provides a platform with the capacity and persistent presence to support sustained, focused training and collaboration on a regional scale to maritime partners in West and Central Africa.  Commander Task Force 365 and training teams from various U.S. and European military commands, as well as governmental and non-governmental organizations are embarked on board Fort McHenry to enhance cooperative partnerships. (Department of Defense photo by Navy Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Brian A. Goyak)
DAKAR, Senegal — U.S. Navy Electronics Technician 2nd Class James Buck helps a Sailor from the Senegalese Navy repair the radar onboard a small craft of the Senegalese Navy April 8. Buck is one of many Sailors contributing to Africa Partnership Station (APS). Part of the U.S. Navy's Global Fleet Station, APS provides a platform with the capacity and persistent presence to support sustained, focused training and collaboration on a regional scale to maritime partners in West and Central Africa. Commander Task Force 365 and training teams from various U.S. and European military commands, as well as governmental and non-governmental organizations are embarked on board Fort McHenry to enhance cooperative partnerships. (Department of Defense photo by Navy Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Brian A. Goyak)
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