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SOG Airmen support training in Cambodia

OVER PHNOM PENH, Kingdom of Cambodia -- A jumpmaster from the U.S. Army Special Forces high fives Royal Cambodian Armed Forces National Counter-Terrorism Special Forces members before they parachute from the back of a MC-130P Combat Shadow here Feb. 22. More than 90 U.S. and RCAF soldiers combined to mark the first-ever combined airdrop between U.S. and Cambodian forces. It was also the first-ever airdrop for NCTSF soldiers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Aaron Cram)

PHOTO BY: Tech. Sgt. Aaron Cram
VIRIN: 100222-F-3695C-107.JPG
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