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.
Army civilians are now able to utilize the Army’s Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention, or SHARP, program.
U.S. Africa Command held its annual Resources and Assessments Workshop to discuss fiscal matters and the way ahead.
5th Signal Command (Theater) selected a new noncommissioned officer and Soldier of the year.
“I hope I never hear from you.” Stuttgart JTAGS marks 20 years of watching the skies.
European Theater of Operations, U.S. Army, or ETOUSA is not to be confused with the joint U.S. European Command of today.
One in every 35,000 people were either denied a clearance or had their clearance revoked.
The Army has granted waivers to Sikh Soldiers since 2009. Read more about additional policy changes.
Baden-Wuerttemberg’s Lecture Series features topics relevant to security policy.
New Beginnings encompasses reforms in hiring flexibilities, training and development, and workforce incentives.
Authorized tattoos on the chest, back, arms and legs will no longer be restricted.
OPAT estimated to be administered to 80,000 recruits and thousands of cadets annually.