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U.S. Army Civil Affairs, Bulgarian Civil-Military Cooperation train together on first aid, emergency response
May 12, 2022
U.S. Army Civil Affairs, Bulgarian Civil-Military Cooperation train together on first aid, emergency response

Students study JLTV electrical systems
May 10, 2022
Students study JLTV electrical systems

The family that serves together, celebrates together
May 9, 2022
The family that serves together, celebrates together

From military child to military service member
April 30, 2022
From Military Child to Military Service Member

PHOTO GALLERY: 404th Civil Affairs Battalion hosts joint-force training exercise
April 12, 2022
404th Civil Affairs Battalion hosts joint-force training exercise

Civil Affairs Soldiers, Djiboutians work together to treat livestock
April 6, 2022
Civil Affairs Soldiers, Djiboutians work together to treat livestock

U.S. donates mobile field hospital to Niger
April 6, 2022
Nigerien workers build a mobile field hospital financed by the U.S. Africa Command through the Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster Assistance, and Civic Aid program in Agadez, Niger, March 22, 2022. U.S. subject matter experts taught Nigerien workers how to construct, maintain, de-construct, and move the mobile hospital. The $1.6 million, 4,592 square-foot mobile field hospital increases Agadez Regional Hospital’s capacity by an additional 30 beds, complete with the medical tools and resources to care for the 670,000-person community and surrounding areas. (U.S. Army courtesy photo by Staff Sgt. Peter Maenner)

Army Reserve civil affairs Soldiers overcome challenges during Allied Spirit
April 5, 2022
Reserve civil affairs Soldiers overcome challenges during Allied Spirit

Army Welcomes First Directly Commissioned Officer to the Civil Affairs Military Government Specialist Program
March 29, 2022
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U.S. servicewomen forge women’s empowerment in Agadez
March 10, 2022
Two members of the Tedhilt Women’s Association show members of the Air Base 201 Women’s Associations their sewing projects in Agadez, Niger, March 6, 2022. Tedhilt Women’s Association offers a two-year program, which teaches women how to use a sewing machine and build a business to become financially secure. The AB201 Women’s Association supported the Tedhilt Women’s Association by purchasing approximately 250,000 West African CFA francs ($420 USD) of handmade scarfs, ceramic sculptures, received henna tattoos and commissioned four dresses. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Stephanie Longoria)