Children run with Marines from 4th Landing Support Battalion, 4th Marine Logistics Group, and a solider from the Armed Forces of Liberia as they roll through the streets of Logan Town, Monrovia, Liberia during a convoy to deliver humanitarian assistance supplies to schools and medical facilities in the city. The convoy is part of West African Training Cruse 2008, an exercise designed to deliver Marines, vehicles and equipment ashore from a seabasing environment using the Navy's newest advanced literage equipment.
The US Military Should Get Used To Its New Ebola Response Mission In Africa
The military needs to lead the way in advocating the importance of humanitarian missions and encouraging our fellow Americans to support these deployments just as they would the next big war.