Utah Guard linguists contribute unique skills during African exercises
Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Amy Wieser Willson, North Dakota Army National Guard
Cpl. Tabi Nji Calistus (left), with the Cameroon Army, and Spc. Ashley Lytle, a linguist with the 360th Military Intelligence Brigade, Utah Army National Guard, have a good laugh while they speak in French about physical training requirements in their respective militaries during a training break at Central Accord 2013, Feb. 21, 2013, at the Regiment du Genie Headquarters outside the city of Douala, Cameroon. The 10-day U.S. Army Africa exercise aims to enhance military self-sufficiency by focusing on aerial resupply, patient treatment and medical readiness procedures for participating Central African nations.
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