AFRICOM hosting African Military Law Forum
African military lawyers meet U.S. counterparts to discuss Rule of Law
“The Rule of Law is our most important export.” – U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Steven Hummer, AFRICOM Dep. Cdr. for Military Operations.  Military lawyers from 17 African nations have joined U.S. counterparts to discuss a variety of legal topics during a forum hosted by U.S. Africa Command, Mar. 17-19, 2015, at the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart, Kelley Barracks. (U.S. Africa Command photo by Brenda Law/RELEASED)
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STUTTGART, Germany -- Military lawyers from 17 African nations have joined U.S. counterparts to discuss a variety of legal topics during a forum hosted this week by U.S. Africa Command, at the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart, Kelley Barracks.

“’The Rule of Law’ is our most important export,” stated U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Steven Hummer, AFRICOM Deputy to the Commander for Military Operations (DCMO), in his opening remarks.  “This forum provides an opportunity to learn and share information to further efforts in serving justice.”

Stay tuned for full story to be posted after the event, which concludes later this week.

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