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Four members from the D.C. National Guard's state partner, Burkinabe Armed Forces, and DCNG Army Maj. Tibu Cheh, bilateral affairs officer, Office of Security Cooperation, visited the DCNG headquarters, Arlington National Cemetery, and many other District sites as a part of the National Capital Region (NCR) chaplain exchange event, here September 8, 2022. Burkinabe leaders, Colonel Major Remi Kambou, director, Armed Forces Social Services, Colonel Major Adama Ouedraogo, deputy, garrison commander, and 1st Military Region chaplains Etienne Bonkoungo, protestant chaplain, and Roger Bamogo, catholic chaplain, met with the DCNG command chaplain, state partnership program coordinator, and leaders, and Arlington National Cemetery chaplain and leaders to learn how NCR family support, readiness programs and cemetery services are structured. During the visit, Colonel Major Kambou presented Army Brig. Gen. Aaron Dean, adjutant general, DCNG, and others with a symbol of appreciation.
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Washington D.C. - Four members from the D.C. National Guard's state partner, Burkinabe Armed Forces, and DCNG Army Maj. Tibu Cheh, bilateral affairs officer, Office of Security Cooperation, visited the DCNG headquarters, Arlington National Cemetery, and many other District sites as a part of the National Capital Region (NCR) chaplain exchange event, here September 8, 2022. Burkinabe leaders, Colonel Major Remi Kambou, director, Armed Forces Social Services, Colonel Major Adama Ouedraogo, deputy, garrison commander, and 1st Military Region chaplains Etienne Bonkoungo, protestant chaplain, and Roger Bamogo, catholic chaplain, met with the DCNG command chaplain, state partnership program coordinator, and leaders, and Arlington National Cemetery chaplain and leaders to learn how NCR family support, readiness programs and cemetery services are structured. During the visit, Colonel Major Kambou presented Army Brig. Gen. Aaron Dean, adjutant general, DCNG, and others with a symbol of appreciation.


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