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in order to take advantage of the many features of SOLLIMS and to access the stability operations related products referenced in the report. We encourage you to take the time to provide us with your perspective on any given lesson in this report or on the overall value of the “Sampler” as a reference for you and your unit/organization. By using the “Perspectives” text entry box that is found at the end of each lesson – seen when you open the lesson in your browser – you can enter your own personal comments on the lesson. We welcome your input, and we encourage you to become a regular contributor. At PKSOI we continually strive to improve the services and products we provide the global stability operations community. We invite you to use our website at [ http://pksoi.armywarcollege.edu ] and the many functions of the SOLLIMS online environment [ https://sollims.pksoi.org ] to help us identify issues and resolve problems. We welcome your comments and insights! Disclaimer: All content in this document to include any publications provided through digital attachment is considered unclassified, for open access. This compendium contains no restriction on sharing / distribution within the public domain. Existing research and publishing norms and formats should be used when citing “Sampler” content and any publications provided. Les Anglais, Haiti (13 October 2016) “U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Matthew Drumsta, the civil affairs team leader with Special Purpose Marine Air- Ground Task Force - Southern Command, deployed in support of Joint Task Force Matthew, coordinates with law enforcement and Hattian government representatives to receive relief commodities at Les Anglais, Haiti, Oct. 13, 2016. After six days of supply drop operations, JTF Matthew has delivered over 349,000 pounds of supplies […]. The task force, a U.S. Southern Command-directed team, is comprised of Marines, soldiers, sailors and airmen deployed to Port-au-Prince at the request of the government of Haiti to support the U.S. Agency for International Development's disaster relief operations in Haiti during the critical early stages after the island country was struck by Hurricane Matthew.” (Photo Credit: Cpl. K