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Global Intelligence News  – Civil Affairs Soldiers enhance Tanzanian operations to counter poaching, illicit trafficking: NGWALA, Tanzania – Deep in one of the largest countries in East Africa, U.S. Army Soldiers have been training Tanzanian game wardens in operations to deter poachers and prevent extremist organizations from profiting from illicit activities.

The Soldiers, with the 404th Civil Affairs Battalion, attached to Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa, conducted training in countering illicit trafficking for Tanzania Wildlife Management Authority game wardens from May to July.

Tanzania is rich in culture and wildlife such as elephants, giraffes, hippos, and lions. About 38 percent of its land is reserved for conservation.

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Civil Affairs Soldiers enhance Tanzanian operations to counter poaching, illicit trafficking: NGWALA, Tanzania – Deep in one of the largest countries in East Africa, U.S. Army Soldiers have been training Tanzanian game wardens in operations to deter poachers and prevent extremist organizations from profiting from illicit activities.The Soldiers, with the 404th Civil Affairs Battalion, attached to Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa, conducted training in countering illicit trafficking for Tanzania Wildlife Management Authority game wardens from May to July.Tanzania is rich in culture and wildlife such as elephants, giraffes, hippos, and lions. About 38 percent of its land is reserved for conservation.Civil Affairs Soldiers enhance Tanzanian operations to counter poaching, illicit trafficking: NGWALA, Tanzania – Deep in one of the largest countries in East Africa, U.S. Army Soldiers have been training Tanzanian game wardens in operations to deter poachers and prevent extremist organizations from profiting from illicit activities.The Soldiers, with the 404th Civil Affairs Battalion, attached to Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa, conducted training in countering illicit trafficking for Tanzania Wildlife Management Authority game wardens from May to July.Tanzania is rich in culture and wildlife such as elephants, giraffes, hippos, and lions.