1. U.S. Army Africa Change of Command Ceremony - 10 June 2010

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    Maj. Gen. David R. Hogg takes command of U.S. Army Africa from departing Maj. Gen. William B. Garrett III at Caserma Ederle, Vicenza, Italy, June 10, 2010. Gen. William E. Ward, U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) commander, presides.

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    • Promise of AFRICOM

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      http://www.usaraf.army.mil This documentary offers a look into how programs and initiatives of U.S. Africa Command is strengthening relationships in three African nations.

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      • Welcome to Italy - United States Army Newcomer Video

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        http://www.usaraf.army.mil About this video: Produced by the United States Army, this video showcases military life for Soldiers, Families and DoD civilians assigned to Italy. To learn more about United States Army Garrison Vicenza or United States Army Africa, visit us online at http:/www.usaraf.army.mil

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        • USAFE Band goes extra mile, touches lives

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          The U.S. Air Forces in Europe rock band, Touch 'n Go, performed for children from the local community in Cullinan, South Africa, Sept. 18. The band is here as part of a group of Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines supporting the Africa Aerospace and Defense Trade show at Air Force Base Waterkloof from Sept. 19-23. As part of their stay, the band visited local communities strengthening the partnership between South Africa and the United States. Music: "It's Happening Today" by Tech. Sgt. Jason Cale and Tech. Sgt. Niko Ellison Produced by Staff Sgt. Benjamin Wilson U.S. Air Forces Africa Public Affairs

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          • Gen. William E. “Kip” Ward, commander of U.S. Africa Command addresses African Land Forces Summit delegates, May 12 2010

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            Ward underscores America’s commitment to advance security, stability and peace in Africa By Army Sgt. Wayne Woolley WASHINGTON, D.C. – Gen. William E. “Kip” Ward, commander of U.S. Africa Command, on Wednesday told a gathering of senior military leaders from 32 nations across the African continent that America is committed to forming and maintaining partnerships that advance security, stability and peace in Africa. “We want to listen, we want to learn from your perspectives and we want to be a partner in collaborating to address the challenges you face,” Ward said. “You are our partners and I respect all of you.” The senior African military leaders gathered for the inaugural African Land Forces Summit for five days of discussions about ways they can form stronger relationships among themselves and with the United States to protect borders, fight extremist groups and collaborate on humanitarian assistance and peace keeping missions. The summit is sponsored by U.S. Army Africa, which was created last year as a service component command under USAFRICOM. “We intend for this first African Land Forces Summit to be just the beginning of many more to come where we can gather on a regular basis to share ideas,” Ward said. “We want to ensure the programs and activities we conduct on the continent of Africa are helpful in building your military capacity in ways that support your regional and national interest.” The best way for the United States military to do that, Ward said, is to listen and respond to the concerns of African military leaders. “You have seen over the past few years how we do business. Not dictating to you. Not directing you,” Ward said. “But listening to you and then doing our best to do those things you have asked us to do. What you say matters. I hope this summit is proving that to you.”

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            • AFRICOM Now Update "Exercise African Lion Aerial Refueling"

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              U.S. Marine Cpl. Michael Krysinski reports on the aviation portion of Exercise African Lion 2011. He highlights how the Marines, with Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 234, increased their interoperability with the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces during a refueling exercise between a U.S. C-130 Hercules and a Moroccan aircraft.

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              • Opening Ceremony - African Land Forces Summit - 10 May 2010

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                • AFRICA ENDEAVOR 2011 II

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                  Africa Endeavor is an AFRICOM-sponsored multilateral communications exercise focusing on technical and human interoperability and information sharing among African militaries. AE 2011 is being conducted with more than 30 African nations, as well as representatives from North America, Europe, and five international organizations.

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                  • AFRICA ENDEAVOR 2011 KICKS OFF

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                    • Interview with Gen. Ward, Commander U.S. Africom - Part 1 - AFRICOM - 091112

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                      Talks with Gail McCabe about Africom's mission in Africa. Also see "Africom's Mission in Africa" in the package section. Produced by Gail McCabe. Part 1 of 2.

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