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AFRICOM Creates Tool to Measure Women Integration Progress

The U.S. Africa Command has built a new tool that works to measure the command’s progress in increasing the participation of women in security cooperation and peacekeeping operations. The WPS Security Force Assistance assessment tool is designed to inform AFRICOM on how African partner nations integrate women into its capacity-building initiatives, the …

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Stayce Harris Nominated to Assistant AF Vice Chief of Staff Role

U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Stayce Harris, commander of 22nd Air Force within the Air Force Reserve Command at Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Georgia, has been nominated to the role of assistant Air Force vice chief of staff. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter announced Tuesday President Barack Obama also recommended Harris for …

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Army Gen. David Rodriguez: Africom Partners With African Nations to Address Regional Threats

U.S. Army Gen. David Rodriguez has highlighted U.S. Africa Command’s partnerships with countries Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Djibouti and Burundi to address militant organizations in the region such as the Islamic State militant organization, Boko Horam and al Shabab, DoD News reported Tuesday. Jim Garamone writes Rodriguez, Africom chief, told reporters in Brussels that the command …

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