State-Carolina rivalry shakes Djibouti


When arrived last September at Camp Lemonnier, a U.S. military installation in Djbouti, on the east coast of Africa, he quickly found out that being a UNC alum was a powerful connection in that part of the world. “People said the executive officer, Commander Williams, will really like you when he finds out you’re a Carolina grad,” said Vinroot, the son of the former Charlotte mayor of the same name. (Charlotte Observer)

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