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Latest revision as of 14:31, 6 August 2013


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.



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December 9 Azerbaijan
August 28 Madagascar
August 27 Swaziland
August 14 Paraguay
April 29 Morocco
January 1 The Gambia

2008

December 22 Nicaragua
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December 12 Mozambique
December 12 Niger
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December 10 Mozambique
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2007

December 5 Cameroon
October 18 Uganda
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May 12 Senegal

2006

August 25 Ecuador

2005

June 15 Tanzania

'2004'

August 23 Armenia

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
Surrey Leader
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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Kerry: US reconsiders role in Mideast peace talks - WLFI.com

Kerry: US reconsiders role in Mideast peace talks
WLFI.com
By Associated Press Published: Friday, April 4, 2014, 11:27 am. 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 ...

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