U.S. Pacific Command commander visits

| August 9, 2012 | 0 Comments
FORT SHAFTER — Navy Adm. Samuel Locklear III (left), commander, U.S. Pacific Command, addresses Soldiers with the U.S. Army-Pacific Contingency Command Post, or CCP, Humanitarian Assistance Survey Team during a visit to the USARPAC CCP, here, Aug. 1. (Sgt. 1st Class Kevin Bell |  U.S. Army-Pacific Public Affairs)

FORT SHAFTER — Navy Adm. Samuel Locklear III (left), commander, U.S. Pacific Command, addresses Soldiers with the U.S. Army-Pacific Contingency Command Post, or CCP, Humanitarian Assistance Survey Team during a visit to the USARPAC CCP, here, Aug. 1. (Sgt. 1st Class Kevin Bell | U.S. Army-Pacific Public Affairs)

Locklear (second from left) and Lt. Gen. Francis Wiercinski (right), commander, USARPAC, discuss the CPP, which consists of more than 90 personnel able to provide foward command post capability focused on small-scale contingencies like supporting humanitarian assistance, disaster relief and peace operations. (Sgt. 1st Class Kevin Bell |  U.S. Army-Pacific Public Affairs)

Locklear (second from left) and Lt. Gen. Francis Wiercinski (right), commander, USARPAC, discuss the CCP, which consists of more than 90 personnel able to provide forward command post capability focused on small-scale contingencies like supporting humanitarian assistance, disaster relief and peace operations. (Sgt. 1st Class Kevin Bell | U.S. Army-Pacific Public Affairs)

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