Obangame Express brings a multinational approach to security in African waters

Service members from ally and African partner nations attend the Senior Leadership Symposium as part of exercise Obangame Express 2022 at the Senegalese Naval Headquarters, in Dakar, Senegal, March 16, 2022. Obangame Express 2022 is a maritime exercise designed to improve cooperation and increase maritime security in the Gulf of Guinea and West Africa coastal regions.



By Petty Officer 2nd Class Peter Ticich U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa Dakar, Senegal Mar 22, 2022
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