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One of African Sea Lion’s objectives is to test and evaluate U.S. and Moroccan ability to conduct coordinated, combined naval surface fire support exercises on the Tan Tan firing range.
The visit serves to enhance U.S.-Morocco relations as the two nations work together to strengthen regional security and stability. The ship’s presence in the North Atlantic is a demonstration of our continued commitment to regional security
The port visit served to enhance U.S.-Morocco relations as the two nations work together to strengthen regional security and stability. Upon arrival in Agadir, the officers and crew were welcomed by the Commander of 4th Naval Base Capitaine de Vaisseau Mohammed Jaouhar of the Royal Moroccan Navy,...
Phoenix Express, sponsored by U.S. Africa Command and facilitated by U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet, is designed to improve regional cooperation, increase maritime domain awareness information sharing practices, and operational...
Prepared Remarks of U.S. Embassy Branch Office Douala Principal Officer Stuart Wilson at Evening Reception for AMLEP/Obangame Express
Ladies and gentlemen, and honored guests. On behalf of Ambassador Michael Hoza and Chargé d’...
Prepared Remarks of Commodore, Military Sealift Command Europe-Africa; Commander, Task Force 63, Capt. Heidi Agle at AMLEP Closing Ceremony
Good Morning, Thank you Commander Ferracci for the introduction and for the important work you and...