AFRICOM Media Visit Program Hosts Nigerian Delegation

Gen. Carter F. Ham, commander of U.S. Africa Command, and Ambassador Christopher Dell, Deputy to the Commander for Civil-Military Activities, address a media delegation from Nigeria at the command headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany, February 1, 2013. Throughout the week, the Nigerian delegation received briefings on AFRICOM's mission and engagement programs on the African continent. The delegation of 11 Nigerians was the latest journalists to participate in AFRICOM's Media Visit Program which strengthens the communication and information flow between the command and media organizations on the African continent.  (US AFRICOM photo by Staff Sergeant Olufemi A. Owolabi)
Gen. Carter F. Ham, commander of U.S. Africa Command, and Ambassador Christopher Dell, Deputy to the Commander for Civil-Military Activities, address a media delegation from Nigeria at the command headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany, February 1, 2013. Throughout the week, the Nigerian delegation received briefings on AFRICOM's mission and engagement programs on the African continent. The delegation of 11 Nigerians was the latest journalists to participate in AFRICOM's Media Visit Program which strengthens the communication and information flow between the command and media organizations on the African continent. (US AFRICOM photo by Staff Sergeant Olufemi A. Owolabi)
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