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[[Image:volunteers oath, Mauritania, September 2007.jpg|thumb|left|Trainees swear in as volunteers in Mauritania in September 2007.]]
[[Image:volunteers oath, Mauritania, September 2007.jpg|thumb|left|Trainees swear in as volunteers in Mauritania in September 2007.]]
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==By Date==
==By Date==
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'''''2009'''''<br>
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January 1 [[The Gambia]]<br>
'''''2008'''''<br>
'''''2008'''''<br>
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December 22 [[Nicaragua]]<br>
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December 12 [[Macedonia]]<br>
December 12 [[Mozambique]]<br>
December 12 [[Mozambique]]<br>
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December 11 [[Cameroon]]<br>
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December 10 [[Azerbaijan]]<br>
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December 9 [[Ukraine]]<br>
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December 9 [[Malawi]]<br>
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November 20 [[Nicaragua]]<br>
November 14 [[Kazakhstan]]<br>
November 14 [[Kazakhstan]]<br>
November 7 [[Philippines]]<br>
November 7 [[Philippines]]<br>

Revision as of 22:16, 10 December 2008




Trainees swear in as volunteers in Mauritania in September 2007.
I, [state your name], do solemnly swear or affirm that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, domestic and foreign, that I take this obligation freely and without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, and that I will well and faithfully discharge my duties in the Peace Corps by working with the people of [the host country] as partners in friendship and in peace.






By Date

2009
January 1 The Gambia

2008

December 22 Nicaragua
December 12 Macedonia
December 12 Mozambique
December 11 Cameroon
December 10 Azerbaijan
December 9 Ukraine
December 9 Malawi
November 20 Nicaragua
November 14 Kazakhstan
November 7 Philippines
October 29 Belize
October 27 Liberia
October 27 Panama
October 9 Bulgaria
August 22 Cameroon
July 25 Nicaragua
July 24 Fiji
July 23 Malawi

2007

October 18 Uganda
September 25 Niger
July 30 Guatemala
May 12 Senegal


2003

September 12 The Gambia

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Kerry At Peace Corps Swearing-in Ceremony in Morocco - AllAfrica.com

Kerry At Peace Corps Swearing-in Ceremony in Morocco
AllAfrica.com
And when I heard I was swearing in 101 Peace Corps volunteers, I immediately thought of 101 Dalmatians. (Laughter.) I couldn't help it. Sorry about that. That has nothing to do with anything, all right? (Laughter.) And you certainly don't think of yourselves that ...

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Remarks at Peace Corps Swearing-in Ceremony - US Department of State (press release)

Remarks at Peace Corps Swearing-in Ceremony
US Department of State (press release)
And when I heard I was swearing in 101 Peace Corps volunteers, I immediately thought of 101 Dalmatians. (Laughter.) I couldn't help it. Sorry about that. That has nothing to do with anything, all right? (Laughter.) And you certainly don't think of yourselves that ...

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Kerry: Mideast peace talks not open-ended - Surrey Leader

Kerry: Mideast peace talks not open-ended
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, center, arrives at the Ministry of Youth and Sports to attend a Peace Corps Volunteer Swearing-in Ceremony in Rabat, Morocco Friday April 4, 2014. After the ceremony he is expected to meet with Morocco's King ...

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