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probably the most significant part of relationship-building and bringing everyone together to achieve results, even those that seemed insignificant. Recommendation. My recommendations are limited because of the ever-changing dynamics of leadership and priorities of effort. However, I recommend that civil-military relationships/partnerships continue to be developed in Somalia. Allow seasoned Civil Affairs officers with strong interpersonal skills to develop and strengthen these relationships. Implications. If this recommendation is not followed, then there will be loss of momentum in efforts to build key relationships with Somali officials, community leaders, and AMISOM forces. Event Description. This lesson is based on personal experience from July to October 2016 at CJTF- HOA. Lesson Author: CPT Aleksandr Restrepo, Future Plans Officer, S6, 403 rd CA Battalion ________________________________________________________________ Mogadishu, Somalia (6 September 2016) U.S. Army Maj. Andrew Mosier, 403rd Civil Affairs Battalion physician, center, shares medical practices with African Union Mission in Somalia medics during a mass casualty exercise, in Mogadishu, Somalia, Sept. 6, 2016. During the exercise, AMISOM and Somali medics worked as teams to treat life-threatening injuries such as severe blood loss and bullet wounds. (Photo Credit: U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Benjamin Roughton, Combined Task Force – Horn of Africa) Table of Contents | Quick Look | Contact PKSOI Page 17 of 28