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Night Stalker’s heritage adds to unit success, personal pride during major SOF training exercise

 

By Kimberly Tiscione
60th Special Operations Aviation Regiment Public Affairs

Fort Campbell, KY – A group of Night Stalkers headed to Africa in May to provide two MH-47 Chinooks for a major Special Operations Forces exercise called Flintlock 10. For most of the Soldiers, it was their first time visiting the continent.

For one, it was a place of great familiarity. He was home again, this time as a Soldier in the United States Army.

Spc. Ephraim Amou-Berry, known to his fellow Night Stalkers as “A-B,” works on Chinook helicopters for 2nd Bn., 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), at Fort Campbell, KY.

He is also a native of Ave-Dzolo, Togo, in West Africa, with an intimate understanding of the regional culture and the invaluable skill of speaking fluent French, the common language across the continent. «Read the rest of this article»

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