African, U.S. military forces join together to mark opening of Central Accord 13

Feb 26, 2013 Full story: The United States Army

Hundreds of Cameroon military personnel, alongside U.S. and other Central Africa service members, lined the 102 Air Force Base airfield in Douala, Cameroon, Feb.

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#1 Feb 26, 2013
There is no need for this training for cameroonian forces.They will only use the the training on the masses in the country, No single cameroonian army is bold enough to fire a gun at any militant or capable of protecting their boarders. Give them the people of cameroon and they will fire guns so easily.
Tis training is a waste of resources America could have used to battle its own economic problems at home.

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