Eager to Learn

By Chief Petty Officer Eric A. ClementFebruary 22, 2007

Ethiopian national defense students and U.S. Army instructors arrive at the training site.
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2nd Lt. Solomon Desalegm stands perimeter watch while receiving instructions from Sgt. 1st Class Bill Flippo.
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2nd Cpl. Teklay Atsbaha learns to search a simulated suspect while other students provide backup security. The second corporal rank is used in Ethiopia.
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The students spring into action during an ambush scenario.
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1st Lt. Ayella Gissa takes aim with an AK-47 assault rifle on a simulated enemy.
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Sgt. Casey Belousky explains the proper way to conduct a perimeter watch.
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