A delegation of 11 Nigerians, consisting of military members and members of the Nigerian media, visited the commands headquarters during a visit to U.S. Africa Command, Stuttgart, Germany, January 29, 2013. The Nigerian delegates visited the
Thirty enlisted couples of U.S. Africa Command and their families gathered in Garmisch for a three-day family program focused on strengthening marriages and their families.
The first ever Command Family Resiliency Program was held at the Edelweiss
There are many challenges across the African continent, but there are also seldom-talked-about opportunities and successes, U.S. Africa Command’s leader said here today.
Army Gen. Carter F. Ham addressed students, faculty and reporters about what
The commander of U.S. Africa Command today shared lessons learned from what he called shortcomings in the U.S.-Malian training program which have contributed to turmoil in the African nation.
Army Gen. Carter F. Ham spoke to students and faculty
The United States Air Force began transporting French soldiers and military equipment January 21, 2013, from Istres, France, to Bamako, Mali, in support of French military operations in Mali. C-17 Globemaster III aircraft, operating under the
Pentagon Press Secretary George Little today praised French allies and said the United States will continue providing intelligence and airlift support against an al-Qaida-affiliated group in Mali.
"We commend the French for their actions in Mali
The United States has provided airlift support to the Algerian government in the wake of recent terrorist attacks at a natural gas plant, Pentagon Press Secretary George Little told reporters here today.
Little confirmed that U.S. C-130 and C-17
Quotes from Leadership"We have a responsibility to go after al Qaeda wherever they are. And we've gone after them in the FATA (Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas). We're going after them in Yemen and Somalia. And we have a
U.S. and French defense leaders are hammering out details of intelligence, logistics and airlift assistance the United States will provide to French forces in Mali, Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta said today.
Speaking to reporters on the flight
Military Sealift Command’s rescue and salvage ships are a bit like insurance – operating quietly in the background until they, along with their embarked Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit companies, are needed to be quickly on the scene for a mission,
Kentucky Army National Guard's 2nd Battalion 138th Field Artillery Regiment service members partnered with civilians from the African Contingency Operations Training Assistance mission at Singo Peace Support Operations Training Center, Uganda,