SETAF-Africa tests joint task force capability at exercise

Maj. Gen. Andrew M. Rohling, U.S. Army Southern European Task Force, Africa commander, provides guidance to the SETAF-AF staff during the command post exercise at the Grafenwoehr Training Area in Grafenwöhr, Germany, April 12, 2021. The SETAF-AF command post exercise, April 9-16, tested SETAF-AF's ability to integrate maritime, air and land components and execute its mission as an expeditionary joint task force prior to execution of African Lion 21 multinational exercise that will be conducted in Morocco, Tunisia, and Senegal in June. (U.S. Army photo by Maj. Devon Thomas, SETAF-Africa Public Affairs)



By Maj. Devon Thomas SETAF-Africa Grafenwöhr, Germany Apr 16, 2021
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