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The Africa Deployment Assistance Partnership Team (ADAPT) is a Theater Logistics Engagement activity that helps build deployment capacity for African partners who conduct peacekeeping, counterterrorism, or humanitarian relief operations in Africa.
VICENZA, Italy - A Burundi soldier tightens down a cargo strap during the practical exercise portion of Phase I of U.S. Army Africaaâ€s Africa Deployment Assistance Partnership Team (ADAPT) training June 6-10, 2011 at the Bujumbura Military Airfield in Bujumbura. The team shared best practices on deploying personnel and equipment via aircraft, and enhancing force projection capabilities of African militaries to better support peacekeeping operations, humanitarian relief operations and UN missions. (U.S. Army photo)

The Africa Deployment Assistance Partnership Team (ADAPT) is a Theater Logistics Engagement activity that helps build deployment capacity for African partners who conduct peacekeeping, counterterrorism, or humanitarian relief operations in Africa.

Funded by the Department of State, the ADAPT program aims to enhance the projection capabilities of African militaries to support mission requirements. ADAPT works with existing organizations, such as the United Nations and African Standby Forces, and complements other endeavors, such as African Partnership Flight and Africa Contingency Operations Training and Assistance (ACOTA).

Training through ADAPT has resulted in more effective deployments to critical peacekeeping missions, including the African Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), UN Mission in Sudan (UMISS), and the UN Mission in Cote d’Ivoire (UNOCI).

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