BEIRUT, Lebanon — Navy Vice Adm. J. "Boomer" Stufflebeem (right), Commander, Joint Task Force-Lebanon, meets with U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon Jeffrey Feltman at the U.S. Embassy here. U.S
BEIRUT, Lebanon — Navy Vice Adm. J. "Boomer" Stufflebeem (right), Commander, Joint Task Force-Lebanon, meets with U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon Jeffrey Feltman at the U.S. Embassy here. U.S. European Command directed JTF-Lebanon to assume responsibility for U.S. military support in the region on August 23, 2006. To date, the joint interagency efforts of the Department of State and Department of Defense resulted in the assisted departure of almost 15,000 American citizens from Lebanon plus distributing millions of dollars in humanitarian aid to the Lebanese people. (Department of Defense photo by Navy Mass Communications Specialist 1st Class Eric Brown)
BEIRUT, Lebanon — Navy Vice Adm. J. "Boomer" Stufflebeem (right), Commander, Joint Task Force-Lebanon, meets with U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon Jeffrey Feltman at the U.S. Embassy here. U.S. European Command directed JTF-Lebanon to assume responsibility for U.S. military support in the region on August 23, 2006. To date, the joint interagency efforts of the Department of State and Department of Defense resulted in the assisted departure of almost 15,000 American citizens from Lebanon plus distributing millions of dollars in humanitarian aid to the Lebanese people. (Department of Defense photo by Navy Mass Communications Specialist 1st Class Eric Brown)
BEIRUT, Lebanon — Navy Vice Adm. J. "Boomer" Stufflebeem (right), Commander, Joint Task Force-Lebanon, meets with U.S. Ambassador to Lebanon Jeffrey Feltman at the U.S. Embassy here. U.S. European Command directed JTF-Lebanon to assume responsibility for U.S. military support in the region on August 23, 2006. To date, the joint interagency efforts of the Department of State and Department of Defense resulted in the assisted departure of almost 15,000 American citizens from Lebanon plus distributing millions of dollars in humanitarian aid to the Lebanese people. (Department of Defense photo by Navy Mass Communications Specialist 1st Class Eric Brown)
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