Living at Camp Lemonier

Hasenauer, Heike
August 2005
Soldiers;Aug2005, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p18
The article describes the way of life of United States Army soldiers living at Camp Lemonier near Djibouti. The soldiers live in climate-controlled tents divided into one-person cubicles for privacy. The camp has a dining facility that serves three hot meals a day and a church that offers religious programs every night of the week. The camp houses the soldiers that are part of the counterterrorism mission in the area.


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