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WHA/BSC FOR CAROLINE CROFT
DRL/DP FOR CHARLES EVANS

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TAGS: PHUM PINR MARR AR
SUBJECT: HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING FOR US TRAINING PROGRAM - Career
Development and Civilian Functions in the Defense Security Forces

REF: 03 State 34981

Per REFTEL, Embassy requests that the Department perform the
required human rights vetting on the following Argentine citizen.
Local checks revealed no derogatory information. Please slug
Department's response for Klaudia Krueger and Ted Craig, Political
Section, and Edwin Hernandez and Susanna Galli, Milgp.

Course Date: 15 September 2009
Course Name: Career Development and Civilian Functions in the
Defense Security Forces

First Name: Ricardo
Middle Name: Luis
Last Name: LANGE
Title: Professor
Unit: Argentine Strategic Studies Center
Service: N/A
ID/DNI: 4.317.317
DOB: 24 June 1940
POB: Buenos Aires, Argentina

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