Senior Leaders Seminar - AFRICOM Commander Gen. Carter F. Ham





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Published on Jun 25, 2012


The U.S. Africa Command is committed to supporting a host of tasks in cooperation with nations across Africa, to include countering violent extremist organizations, transnational threats, illicit trafficking, and piracy, as well as enabling the capability of African nations to contribute more effectively to regional security and humanitarian emergencies, said General Carter F. Ham, AFRICOM commander.

Ham was the featured speaker of a special session at the Africa Center for Strategic Studies (ACSS) Senior Leaders Seminar on June 25, 2012, in Arlington, Virginia. The seminar was scheduled to run June 18-29. Addressing an audience of 70 African security sector and government professionals, Ham gave an overview of U.S. AFRICOM's current and past operation, as well as the Command's relationship to African militaries. His remarks focused on three main topics:

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