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Ukrainian-born Chaplain Supports Ukrainians through Chaplaincy Training

Maj. Hans Van Wichelen, Chaplain of the Belgium Army's Directorate General Health and Wellbeing, left, Maryland Air National Guard Chaplain (Capt.) Vladimir Steliac, assigned to 175th Wing, Air National Guard Readiness Center at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, middle, and British Army Reverend (Col.) Richard Smith, assistant chaplain general, 3rd Division Headquarters, right, observes religious support training focused on planning, preparing, executing, and assessing religious support programs in Grafenwoehr, Germany, March 4, 2023. 7th ATC and Joint Multinational Training Group-Ukraine chaplains developed and hosted the religious support instruction for 25 international military chaplains in collaboration with the U.S. European Command's Religious Affairs Office, the U.S. Army Europe and Africa's Office of the Chaplain, Security Assistance Group-Ukraine and the Armed Forces of Ukraine's Chief of Military Chaplain Service. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Kevin A. D. Spence) (Sgt. 1st Class Kevin Spence)

PHOTO BY: Sgt. 1st Class Kevin Spence
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