North Dakota Guardsmen complete exercise in Cameroon
Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Amy Wieser Willson
Cameroon Army Col. Frederic Ndjonkep (foreground) briefs Col. Giselle Wilz (to his right), Task Force Central commander, on the airfield at the Cameroon Air Force base in Douala, Cameroon, Africa, Feb. 13, 2013, as Lt. Col. Ed Johnson (right), Task Force Centra deputy commander, looks on. Wilz, of Bismarck, commands the Fargo-based North Dakota Army National Guard's 141st Maneuver Enhancement Brigade and Johnson commands the Valley City-based 231st Brigade Support Battalion. The Cameroon and U.S. military leaders are conducting a site visit in preparation for the start of Central Accord 13, a U.S. Army Africa exercise designed to enhance aerial delivery as well as patient treatment and evacuation. About 750 military personnel from Cameroon and the United States, as well as five neighboring Central African countries, will participate in the exercise that kicks off, Feb. 20.
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