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Botswana to host ALFS 19

10:23 AM11/21/2018
GABORONE, Botswana - The Botswana Defence Force will partner with U.S. Army Africa in June 2019 to co-host the seventh African Land Forces Summit in Gaborone, Botswana.
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Noncombatant Evacuation Operation Tracking System training takes place here in Vicenza

10:15 AM11/9/2018
Vicenza, ITALY – Soldiers and civilians from U.S. Army Africa receive training on the Noncombatant Evacuation Operation Tracking System currently utilized during Noncombatant Evacuation Operations on 29-30 Oct., Caserma Ederle, Vicenza, Italy.
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Exercise Gallant Crew

10:43 AM11/5/2018
Soldiers from the 522nd Military Intelligence Battalion deployed to Vicenza, Italy, Sept. 24-28, to work alongside their parent unit, the 207th Military Intelligence Brigade (Theater), during Exercise Gallant Crew 18, an exercise aimed at validating the USARAF Analysis Control Element.
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US Soldiers train, maintain readiness in Cameroon

10:59 AM10/24/2018
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Counter illicit trafficking training enhances partnerships, protects wildlife

11:16 AM10/1/2018
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USARAF benefits from Joint Humanitarian Operations Course

2:14 PM9/21/2018
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US Army Africa: Building readiness, partnerships through NCO development

11:19 AM9/20/2018
The development of enlisted leadership is a priority the U.S. military shares with armed forces across the continent of Africa. According to U.S. Army Africa Command Sgt. Maj. Jeremiah E. Inman, there are more than 140 military education institutions across the African continent that provide a combination of professional development opportunities offered to officers, warrant officers and noncommissioned officers.
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Shared Accord 18 participants get a history lesson

11:05 AM9/12/2018
The generals reaffirmed their mutual commitment to peace Friday as they laid wreaths on the tomb of 250,000 victims of the 1994 Genocide at the Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre.
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Mission success for the EECP

10:46 AM9/11/2018
U.S. Army Africa Soldiers from the early entry command post deployed to Rwanda in support of Exercise Shared Accord 2018 from August 13-29 to demonstrate the command’s ability to employ its expeditionary mission command capability. This deployment helps satisfy a U.S. Army directive requiring USARAF to maintain a certified joint task force headquarters capability.
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Prendergast reflects on ‘outstanding’ USARAF experience

11:42 AM8/31/2018
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Recruiting and retaining female peacekeepers is an operational imperative

1:22 PM8/30/2018
GAKO, Rwanda – It was a simple message. The major theme of Wednesday’s panel discussion, “Women in Peacekeeping Operations,” at the Rwanda Military Academy centered on the notion that women in combat-related roles can make it easier for peacekeepers to reach women and children in conflict areas.
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Shared Accord 18 fosters life-long partnerships

8:34 AM8/30/2018
GAKO, Rwanda -- Participants from 15 countries celebrated the conclusion of Shared Accord 2018, a multilateral joint exercise focused on the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic, held at the Rwanda Military Academy in Gako, Rwanda, Aug. 28.
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Interoperability at all Levels of Shared Accord 2018

11:11 AM8/28/2018
GAKO, Rwanda – Nearly 200 participants from 15 nations gathered for Shared Accord 2018. At the same time, a team of medical professionals packed their bags and deployed to Gako, Rwanda Aug. 12-29, 2018.
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Second iteration of U.S.-Led, Somalia Train and Equip mission ends

3:30 PM8/27/2018
Soldiers with the 10th Mountain Division, based out of Ft. Drum, New York, recently completed training with soldiers from Somalia’s Danab (Lightning) Advanced Infantry Battalion in the country’s capital region of Mogadishu. This is the second year U.S. Soldiers have provided logistics training and equipment in order to assist building the logistics network of the Somali National Army (SNA).
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Female participation strengthens peacekeeping protection efforts

8:48 PM8/21/2018
U.S. Army Africa collaborates with its African partners to increase the ability of peacekeepers to protect civilians in an increasingly dangerous field environment meeting congressional, United Nations, and African Union mandates to protect civilians.
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US Soldiers participate in multilateral exercise in East Africa

8:31 AM8/18/2018
A crowded room buzzes, as voice overlaps voice, 13 languages, 13 countries, each unique; yet all working towards a common goal. In this room, soldiers, police allies and international organizations will spend two weeks collaborating as they develop command practices to ensure successful peacekeeping operations in East Africa.
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Shared Accord 2018 Commences

10:06 PM8/14/2018
Participants from 15 nations and three international organizations gathered for the U.S. Army Africa-led exercise Shared Accord 2018, which is taking place at the Rwandan Military Academy Aug. 14-30, 2018.
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U.S. and Ghana Army Engineers build structures, partnership

6:19 PM8/13/2018
ACCRA, Ghana – Gravel dust rolls out of the bucket of a yellow Caterpillar tractor as an army engineer tilts his pinky and thumb toward his body, indicating to the operator to start feathering out the gravel.
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U.S. Soldier gives back to hometown school in Ghana

12:10 AM8/7/2018
NSUTA, Ghana — A U.S. Army Soldier, born in Africa, brought smiles to young Ghanaian students’ faces as he returned to his hometown and organized a large-scale school supply donation, July 2018.
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‘He’ll meet his demise:’ US Army physician speaks about dying African patient

6:51 PM8/3/2018
ACCRA, Ghana -- Every breath is a battle. Subtle wheezing from his windpipe serves as a siren song despite the noise pollution generated by an overcrowded hospital clinic. Three frail fingers stretch toward the ceiling. Only he knows if it’s a cry for water or his final prayer.
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