African Land Force Summit 2018

U.S. Army Gen. James C. McConville, 36th Vice Chief of Staff gives a few remarks at African Land Forces Summit Opening Ceremony in Abuja, Nigeria, Apr. 16, 2018. Forty African nations, NATO Allies, Department of State officials, Non Governmental Organizations, State Partnership Program Adjutant Generals, African Union, U.S. Africa Command, and other senior military leaders participated in this year’s African Land Forces Summit in Abuja, Nigeria, Apr. 16-20, 2018. ALFS 18 is a weeklong seminar bringing together land forces chiefs from across Africa for candid dialogue to discuss and develop cooperative and improve trans-regional security and stability. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Angelica Gardner)



By Spc. Angelica Gardner U.S. Army Africa Abuja, Nigeria Apr 27, 2018
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