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Cablegate: Vetting of Spla Officers Participating in Usg Training

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SUBJECT: VETTING OF SPLA OFFICERS PARTICIPATING IN USG TRAINING

1. (SBU) Post has vetted and recommends the following SPLA
officers to participate in USG-sponsored Riverine training from 25
January 2010 to 23 April 2010:

Name DOB POB
Rank
Majur Deng Lual 02-APR-1966 Bor COL
Moses Mawel Anyang 04-MAY-1965 Kapat LTC
Garang Deu Awool 05-MAY-1953 Kongor LTC
Majok Akuei Mayang 04-JUN-1964 Baidit MAJ
Daniel Reec Monyrac 12-MAY-1967 Juba MAJ
Elairo Paulo Fataki 29-JAN-1969 Magala MAJ
Agustino Obita Chach 05-JUN-1974 Torit MAJ

2. (SBU) None of the above-listed SPLA officers are affiliated with
the military police.
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