United States Africa Command

Niger Minister of Defense Visits AFRICOM Karidjo Mahamadou, the Niger minister of defense, met with U.S. Africa Command officials this week. Read more >
U.S. Army Reserve Maj. Joe Hollingsworth, an emergency physician with the 4005th U.S. Army Hospital, Army Reserve Medical Command, conducts a surgical consultation with a patient April 22, at the Hospital Militaire D’Instruction (Military Teaching Hospital) in N’Djamena, Chad. Hollingsworth and other medical professionals from ARMEDCOM came to Chad more than one week ago to participate in Medical Readiness Exercise 15-3. (U.S. Army Africa photo by Staff Sgt. Andrea Merritt) Medical Pros Work Together in Chad The medical readiness and training exercise is an opportunity for U.S. and Chadian medical providers to hone skills, strengthen partnerships and help those in need. Read more >
World Malaria Day 2015 For medical experts at AFRICOM, World Malaria Day isn't just about raising awareness of one of Africa's deadliest diseases. It's about sharing information that can save lives. Read more >
Cadets Learn Consequences of Conflict First Geo-Strategy Conference held at the Joint Military Academy of Arta. Read more >
Participants of the first African Partner Outbreak Response Alliance meeting pose for a photo in Accra, Ghana, April 20, 2015.  More than 60 military and civilian doctors and medical practitioners from 12 African nations attended the meeting to discuss the capabilities of African partner nations to respond to a disease outbreak. (U.S. Africa Command photo by Tech. Sgt. Olufemi A Owolabi) Outbreak Response Alliance meets in Ghana Medical experts from 12 African nations and the U.S. discussed how their militaries would respond to a disease outbreak. Read more >
AFRICOM Update, Episode 50 Command changes hands in Camp Lemonnier while officers from the Saudi War Course visit Stuttgart. Read more >