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State Partnership Program

2:04 PM5/5/2014
The State Partnership Program is a key U.S. security cooperation tool that facilitates cooperation across all aspects of international civil-military affairs and encourages people-to-people ties at the state level.
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DoD supports African partner nations in multiple ways

12:00 AM5/1/2020
AFRICOM continues to work closely with African partners to for capacity-building programs, security assistance, military equipment sales, education and exercises.
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U.S. delivers specialized vehicles to Moroccan Special Operations Forces

9:24 AM5/11/2020
The U.S. transferred ownership of 21 specialized vehicles to the Moroccan Forces Armées Royale Special Operations Company May 6.
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U.S. delivers specialized vehicles to Moroccan Special Operations Forces

12:00 AM5/6/2020
The U.S. transferred ownership of 21 specialized vehicles to the Moroccan Forces Armées Royale Special Operations Company valued May 6. The delivery marks a critical step in enhancing the unit’s capacity to conduct special operations and internal company command and control by the end of this year. (Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Morocco)
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U.S. delivers specialized vehicles to Moroccan Special Operations Forces

12:00 AM5/6/2020
The U.S. transferred ownership of 21 specialized vehicles to the Moroccan Forces Armées Royale Special Operations Company valued May 6. The delivery marks a critical step in enhancing the unit’s capacity to conduct special operations and internal company command and control by the end of this year. (Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Morocco)
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U.S. delivers specialized vehicles to Moroccan Special Operations Forces

12:00 AM5/6/2020
Col. Abderrahim Maddah, post commander of the FAR Southern Zone Training Center in Tifnit, met with the Senior Defense Official of the U.S. Embassy, Col. Kenneth Gjone, to complete transfers of ownership of 21 specialized vehicles to the Moroccan Forces Armées Royale Special Operations Company May 6. The delivery marks a critical step in enhancing the unit’s capacity to conduct special operations and internal company command and control by the end of this year. (Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Morocco)
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U.S. delivers specialized vehicles to Moroccan Special Operations Forces

12:00 AM5/6/2020
The United States transferred ownership of 21 specialized vehicles to the Moroccan Forces Armées Royale Special Operations Company May 6. The delivery marks a critical step in enhancing the unit’s capacity to conduct special operations and internal company command and control by the end of this year. (Photo courtesy of U.S. Embassy Morocco)
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U.S., Rwanda sign Status of Forces Agreement

9:31 AM5/29/2020
The Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Dr. Vincent Biruta, who signed the Agreement on behalf of Rwanda noted that the signed Agreement is broader than the existing one.
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Medical equipment donated to Lesotho at border station

10:30 AM6/26/2020
Department of Defense personnel assigned to the South African embassy delivered 12,000 medical grade face masks, 11,000 face shields and 256 thermometers to their counterparts from the U.S. embassy in the Kingdom of Lesotho.
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APORA: Building African partner nations healthcare programs through information sharing

9:52 AM10/23/2020
The 9th annual African Partnership Outbreak Response Alliance conference, designed to support efforts to collectively respond to infectious disease outbreaks in Africa, concluded at the end of the third and final virtual seminar Oct. 7.
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Michigan and Liberia partner to reinforce the role of military legal advisors in promoting the rule of law

12:59 PM2/18/2021
LANSING, Mich. – While the spread of Coronavirus has left an indelible mark on nearly every area of modern life, these currents of change also have brought new opportunities to innovate, problem-solve, and grow. Legal professionals from the Michigan National Guard (MING) and the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) have together done just that by implementing a new program that deepens military adherence to the rule of law and facilitates military support to the prosecution of terrorists.
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ALFS 21: US Army, African land force leadership discuss maintaining security despite pandemic challenges

9:34 AM5/21/2021
The summit theme for 2021, “Maintaining security in a degraded environment,” highlighted COVID-19-related challenges within the operational environment and encouraged dialogue to address military pandemic responses, as well as the pandemic’s effects on current and future operations.
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African Lion 21 exercise begins with 7,800 troops in Morocco, Tunisia, Senegal

3:33 PM6/7/2021
African Lion 21 is a multi-domain, multi-component, and multi-national exercise, which will employ a full array of mission capabilities with the goal to strengthen interoperability among partner nations and enhance the ability to operate in the African theater of operations.
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U.S. Airmen begin African Lion humanitarian efforts

2:30 PM6/14/2021
Utah Air National Guard and active duty airmen have partnered with the Moroccan military to provide medical care at a surgical field hospital set up for humanitarian civic assistance during African Lion 2021.
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Kentucky National Guard, Djibouti Demining Company train as part of State Partnership Program

9:33 AM9/10/2021
Capt. Le Mohamed Louaita, commander of the Djiboutian Demining Company, expresses gratitude to Tech. Sgt. Dylan Wagner, explosive ordnance disposal technician, during training Aug. 22, 2021, in Djibouti City, Djibouti. The demining unit was established in 2001 to ensure that Djibouti could become mine-free after years of civil war throughout the 1990s, a goal that was achieved in 2003. Eighteen years later, mines remain a threat in the surrounding region.
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Kentucky National Guard, Djibouti Demining Company train as part of State Partnership Program

9:33 AM9/10/2021
Service members from the Kentucky National Guard interact with soldiers from the Djiboutian Demining Company during a practical filed exercise in Djibouti City, Djibouti, on Aug. 24, 2021. The demining unit was established in 2001 to ensure that Djibouti could become mine-free after years of civil war throughout the 1990s, a goal that was achieved in 2003. Eighteen years later, mines remain a threat in the surrounding region.
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Kentucky National Guard, Djibouti Demining Company train as part of State Partnership Program

9:33 AM9/10/2021
Kentucky National Guard engineers traveled more than 15,000 miles to Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti, to conduct training with the Djiboutian military's Demining Company as part of the State Partnership Program from Aug. 19-29, 2021. The demining unit was established in 2001 to ensure that Djibouti could become mine-free after years of civil war throughout the 1990s, a goal that was achieved in 2003. Eighteen years later, mines remain a threat in the surrounding region.
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Kentucky National Guard, Djibouti Demining Company train as part of State Partnership Program

9:33 AM9/10/2021
Kentucky National Guard engineers and Djiboutian demining soldiers pose for a photo after completing a bomb suit training exercise on Aug. 24, 2021, in Djibouti City, Djibouti. The demining unit was established in 2001 to ensure that Djibouti could become mine-free after years of civil war throughout the 1990s, a goal that was achieved in 2003. Eighteen years later, mines remain a threat in the surrounding region.
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Kentucky National Guard, Djibouti Demining Company train as part of State Partnership Program

9:33 AM9/10/2021
Kentucky National Guard engineers traveled more than 15,000 miles to Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti, to conduct training with the Djiboutian military's Demining Company as part of the State Partnership Program from Aug. 19-29, 2021.
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Kentucky National Guard, Djibouti Demining Company train as part of State Partnership Program

10:02 AM9/10/2021
Kentucky National Guard engineers traveled more than 15,000 miles to Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti, to conduct training with the Djiboutian military's Demining Company as part of the State Partnership Program from Aug. 19-29, 2021. The demining unit was established in 2001 to ensure that Djibouti could become mine-free after years of civil war throughout the 1990s; this was achieved in 2003. Eighteen years later, mines remain a threat in the surrounding region.
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Training program with Defense Threat Reduction Agency readies Senegal for regional emergency response role

4:41 PM9/20/2021
Building on the Pompiers’ successes during Senegal’s participation in June’s African Lion 21 exercise, the program's end marks the unit’s transition from a building phase to its sustainment as a trained and ready CBRN response organization.
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