Nigerian Delegates Participate in AFRICOM Media Visit Program
U.S. AFRICOM Public Affairs
The check, a sum of $18,994, is a collection of donations from U.S. Africa Command staff and will support the garrison communities.
For two weeks in July, more than 220 officers and NCO's from 10 countries converged on the Malawi Armed Forces College to share knowledge and exchange ideas at Exercise Southern Accord 14. Led by U.S. Army Africa, the U.S. Africa Command-sponsored exercise included several days of instruction from the U.N. Integrated Training Service and U.S. Army Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute and simulated the deployment of a peacekeeping force in a realistic, challenging scenario.
The U.S. Naval Forces Europe Band visited Mauritania for performances and engagements to enhance U.S.-Mauritania relations and build ties with their musical counterparts. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt.j.g. Christopher Cornette/Released)
U.S. Marines at Camp Pendleton’s Edson Range welcomed a group of 10 senior military officers from various African nations as part of an ongoing military-to-military (M2M) familiarization program sponsored by U.S. Africa Command, Aug. 11, 2014.
This is the AFRICOM Update for the week of 11-15 August, 2014. Stories featured in this update: AFRICOM sponsors African military officer visit at U.S. Marine base in San Diego Preventing and Understanding Ebola 407th CA Team Shares Healthcare Practices with Community of Grand Douda AFRICOM, Combined Federal Campaign Present Check to Garrison