A top European Union military leader visited Headquarters, U.S. Africa Command, in Stuttgart, Germany, to discuss ways to further strengthen the strategic relationship between the two entities, Aug. 24.
“It’s important to hold meetings like this…we are all faced with the same issues whether in Malawi, or the United States,” – Navy Lt. Cmdr. Anthony Falvo, AFRICOM’s Public Affairs Branch Chief.
Leaders from 13 African countries visited U.S. Africa Command in Stuttgart in July.
Photo Gallery: U.S. Special Forces Soldiers participated in a parachute jump exercise at the Malmsheim Drop Zone, July 13.
Service members participate in several exercises per year with partner nations.
New office at Fort Knox to process Soldiers’ claims for personal property losses incident to government service, known as the Center for Personnel Claims Support, or CPCS.
The EST II provides greater accuracy, higher quality graphics, expanded tutoring capabilities and will allow for greater number of lanes.
The Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Education Support, or DANTES, is proud to announce the new “MyVolEdPath” mobile app.
More than 225 attendees from various organizations participated in the first ever U.S. Africa Command Chiefs of Defense conference, April 19-20.
The Prime Minister of Libya’s unity government, Fayez al-Sarraj, visited the U.S. Africa Command headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany April 5, 2017.
AFRICOM’s Multinational Cooperation Center and Strategic Outreach Division/ J51 convened this event to educate elements of the command on irregular migration concerns.
How prior military DA civilians can buy back their time to count for retirement.