USAFRICOM Commander, General David M. Rodriguez
STUTTGART, Germany – A large U.S. military presence in Africa is “not appropriate” and not “particularly helpful” to achieving the shared security objectives of the United States and its African partners, according to General Carter Ham, commander
General Carter Ham, Commander, U.S. Africa Command, meets with members of the South African media, March 22, 2013, Stuttgart, Germany
The check, a sum of $18,994, is a collection of donations from U.S. Africa Command staff and will support the garrison communities.
General David M. Rodriguez, U.S. Africa Command commander, conducts an all-hands meeting, at U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart, Germany, July 31, 2014. AFRICOM staff had an opportunity to have questions answered by the commander and hear first-hand from leadership on ways to improve quality of life and workplace issues. (AFRICOM photos by Air Force Technical Sergeant Olufemi Owolabi/Released)