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Wednesday, May 18, 2022
Home Chief Warrant Officer 2 Angel Mitre, right, the Joint Forces Command – United Assistance liaison officer to the National Ebola Crisis Center, Monrovia, explains to personnel from the Liberian Institute of Statistics – Geo-Information Services how an exchange of geospatial data between the JFC-UA and LISGIS created a more robust, useful product for organizations supporting Operation United Assistance, Oct. 29, 2014. (Sgt. 1st Class Nathan Hoskins) Chief Warrant Officer 2 Angel Mitre, right, the Joint Forces Command – United Assistance liaison officer to the National Ebola Crisis Center, Monrovia, explains to personnel from the Liberian Institute of Statistics – Geo-Information Services how an exchange of geospatial data between the JFC-UA and LISGIS created a more robust, useful product for organizations supporting Operation United Assistance, Oct. 29, 2014. (Sgt. 1st Class Nathan Hoskins)

Chief Warrant Officer 2 Angel Mitre, right, the Joint Forces Command – United Assistance liaison officer to the National Ebola Crisis Center, Monrovia, explains to personnel from the Liberian Institute of Statistics – Geo-Information Services how an exchange of geospatial data between the JFC-UA and LISGIS created a more robust, useful product for organizations supporting Operation United Assistance, Oct. 29, 2014. (Sgt. 1st Class Nathan Hoskins)

Chief Warrant Officer 2 Angel Mitre, right, the Joint Forces Command – United Assistance liaison officer to the National Ebola Crisis Center, Monrovia, explains to personnel from the Liberian Institute of Statistics – Geo-Information Services how an exchange of geospatial data between the JFC-UA and LISGIS created a more robust, useful product for organizations supporting Operation United Assistance, Oct. 29, 2014. (Sgt. 1st Class Nathan Hoskins)

Chief Warrant Officer 2 Angel Mitre, right, the Joint Forces Command – United Assistance liaison officer to the National Ebola Crisis Center, Monrovia, explains to personnel from the Liberian Institute of Statistics – Geo-Information Services how an exchange of geospatial data between the JFC-UA and LISGIS created a more robust, useful product for organizations supporting Operation United Assistance, Oct. 29, 2014. Mitre’s team is assisting, mentor and training the LISGIS, the geospatial arm of the NECC – the government of Liberia’s nerve center for non-governmental organizations. From Left to right: Kayloe R. Frank, LISGIS technician; Cpl. Christopher Byers, geospatial information services mentor for JFC-UA; James Z. Barzon, LISGIS technician; Andy Tugbah, LISGIS technician; and Barry Miller, geospatial intelligence analyst from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

T. Edward Liberty, left, Ph.D., the director general of the Liberian Institute of Statistics – Geo-Information Services, gives a tour of the LISGIS headquarters to Lt. Col. David Conkle, right, the assistant chief of staff of intelligence for JFC-UA, during a meeting Oct. 29, 2014, at the LISGIS headquarters in Monrovia.  (Sgt. 1st Class Nathan Hoskins)