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ENTEBE AIR BASE, Uganda -- Air Forces Africa Commander Maj. Gen. Margaret
Woodward (left) meets Ugandan Peoples Defence Air Force pilots Pilot Cadet
Carolyne Nanyema (right) and Lieutenant Naomi Karungi (right center) while
UPDAF Deputy Commander Brig. Gen. Samuel Turyagyenda (center) looks on.
General Woodward was touring the air base during a Senior Leader Engagement
to the partner nation focused on sharing expertise and capacity building.
(U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Jim Fisher)
Air Forces Africa Commander visits Ugandan Air Force
U.S. Air Forces Africa Commander Maj. Gen. Margaret Woodward led a senior leader engagement to this east African nation Dec. 12-14, emphasizing the importance of supporting a "regional leader and valued partner.""Uganda is one of our key partners in Africa and has established itself as a regional leader with its work to resolve conflicts, and
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Default Air Force Logo African Partnership Flight
More than 70 Airmen and a U.S. Air Force C-130J Super Hercules are traveling to Accra, Ghana, Mar. 10-24 to participate in a first-time flying program designed to promote U.S. and African partnerships regionally.Approximately 160 students from Nigeria, Senegal, Togo and Benin will meet in their neighboring country of Ghana to participate in African
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Airmen from the 86th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron and a Critical Care Air Transport Team from Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, load a wounded Libyan fighter onto a civilian aircraft for transport to a local German hospital, Oct. 29, 2011, Ramstein Air Base, Germany. At the request of the Department of State and directed by the Secretary of Defense, USAFRICOM is supporting U.S. and international humanitarian relief efforts in Libya. Specifically, the U.S. military transported four wounded Libyans for treatment in medical facilities in Europe and 28 to the United States.  (U.S. Air Force Photo by Tech. Sgt. Chenzira Mallory) Team Ramstein supports AFRICOM, transports wounded Libyans
Four seriously wounded Libyan fighters were evacuated from Tripoli, Libya and transported here Oct. 29.At the request of the Department of State, U.S. Africa Command was directed by the Secretary of Defense to support the humanitarian relief effort in Libya by aeromedically transporting more than 30 wounded Libyans to medical facilities in Europe
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