Security Cooperation

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SETAF, Liberian armed forces generals discuss readiness, military education

12:00 AM11/19/2020
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Cavoli, Rohling visit Tunisia, discuss security cooperation with US ambassador, Tunisian partners

2:26 PM2/25/2021
Gen. Christopher Cavoli, accompanied by Maj. Gen. Andrew M. Rohling, discussed security cooperation with U.S. Ambassador Donald Blome and Tunisian partners during an official visit to Tunis, Tunisia.
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Cavoli, Rohling discuss security cooperation with Tunisian partners, US ambassador during Tunisia visit

2:43 PM2/25/2021
Gen. Christopher Cavoli, the U.S. Army Europe and Africa commanding general, renders a salute during a wreath laying ceremony at the North Africa American Cemetery and Memorial, located near Carthage, Tunisia, Feb. 24, 2021. The ceremony took place during an official visit to Tunis, Tunisia, to meet with U.S. Ambassador Donald Blome and Tunisian partners to reaffirm USAREUR-AF’s and SETAF-Africa’s commitment to security cooperation in North Africa. (Courtesy photo by U.S. Embassy Tunis)
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Cavoli, Rohling travel to West Africa, engage with partner military, government officials

1:37 PM4/23/2021
USAREUR-AF and SETAF-AF commanders travel to West Africa to conduct engagements with West African partner military and government officials, U.S. embassy country teams, and NATO allies in the region.
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SETAF-AF and 2nd SFAB strengthen partnership, plan training events with Ghana Armed Forces

12:02 PM4/27/2021
Capt. Mamadou Sylla, a U.S. Army Southern European Task Force, Africa G35 planner, left, leads planning for coordination of future training between U.S. and Ghanaian soldiers at a site survey in Tamale, Ghana, March 31, 2021. (U.S. Army photo by Maj. Kymberley Jurado)
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Theater Security Cooperation

11:43 AM1/13/2022
Each year SETAF-AF manages TSC events to increase global response and interoperability with U.S. allies and partners. This is primarily accomplished through combined training and TSC engagements with allies and partners, in order to demonstrate our shared commitment to maintaining a safe and secure continent. TSC refers to those activities conducted with allies and partners, in accordance with the Secretary of Defense guidance, to: o Build relationships that promote specified U.S. interests o Build allied and friendly capabilities for self-defense and coalition operations o Provide U.S. forces with peacetime and contingency access. SETAF-AF TSC branch plans and enables theater security cooperation activities that are regionally focused and support ambassador-integrated country team strategies with the goal of achieving long-term stability, reinforce long-term security stability efforts and enhance Army readiness in Africa.
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