U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) is a combatant command working with national and international partners to promote development and cooperation among nations, respond to crises, and deter or defeat state and transnational aggression in order to establish regional security and stability.
The U.S. Department of Defense receives a significant amount of its intelligence from the Air Force Distributed Common Ground System, which simply put, is an enterprise of globally networked analysts and cyber professionals linked together by a global communications architecture.
This April 4th, French fighters of the air base on the Middle East supported Iraqis in their fight against Daesh.
French Rafale are engaged on a daily basis for the Coalition, in Iraq as in Syria for operation Inherent Resolve (OIR). Flying days and nights, Rafale’s pilots totally contribute to reduce the military Daesh potential and to support the ground troops against the terrorist group through oversight and information missions, but also with air strikes.
Tampa, Fla. – United States Central Command recently hosted a Middle East Directors of Military Intelligence Conference that brought together senior leaders from more than a dozen nations to forge alliances and develop and sustain partnerships.
The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72), the Alvaro de Bazan-class frigate ESPS Mendez Nunez (F 104), the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Leyte Gulf (CG 55) and the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile cruiser USS Bainbridge (DDG 96) departed the U.S. 6th Fleet and entered the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations.
The 1st Security Force Assistance Brigade deployed in March 2018 to Afghanistan to carry out the inaugural mission for the newly-created SFAB concept. The brigade returned in November, and they now say their experience there has proven successful. It's what the Army hoped to accomplish with the new kind of training units.
The colors are cased, the formal transfer of authority is complete, and Soldiers of the 420th Transportation Battalion now prepare for the next challenge during their deployment — transitioning from Camp Arifjan, Kuwiat, to their home station of Sherman Oaks, Calif.
Familiar faces and familiarization training is how day one of the Heavy Equipment Transport System (HETS) subject matter exchange began, with U.S. Army Soldiers introducing themselves to members of the Royal Army of Oman (RAO). Some Omani Soldiers needed no introduction from the instructors, as they attended the initial training given in January.