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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Friday, April 16, 2021

AFAFRICA commander reaffirms U.S. military commitment to North Africa | DVIDS

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Gen. Jeff Harrigian, U.S. Air Force Europe and Air Forces Africa commander, traveled to Camp Lemonnier from January 4- 7. During his trip, Gen. Harrigian recognized the outstanding accomplishments of service members at Camp Lemonnier and discussed key policy initiatives focused on strengthening partnerships with Tunisia and Algeria. Harrigian spoke to the key leaders about the U.S. commitment to its strong relationship with Tunisia.  He also met with both the Commander of the Algerian Air Force and Algerian Air Defense Forces to lay the groundwork for additional military engagements and enhanced cooperation between the U.S. and Algeria in the future.

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