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NAPLES, Italy – U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) Element Commanders and Senior Enlisted Leaders convened in Naples, Italy for a pivotal convention, hosted by U.S. Naval Forces Europe and Africa (NAVEUR-NAVAF), November 14-15, 2023.
The 2-day convention introduced collectively management from AFRICOM, and AFRICOM element instructions, together with Gen. Michael E. Langley, Commander, U.S. Africa Command, and Adm. Stuart B. Munsch, Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Africa. Its purpose was to coordinate army methods all through Africa, and featured representatives from varied U.S. Navy branches and instructions in Europe and Africa, underscoring its complete strategy.
Specializing in operational methods and assist for the AFRICOM mission, the convention addressed army service assist and resourcing, the affect of multi-mission combatant instructions, and operational planning in Africa.
Gen. Langley highlighted the importance of the occasion, stating, “This convention is a crucial platform to align U.S. efforts as we work with our African companions towards our shared targets of safety and stability.”
The convention supplied a chance for in-depth discussions in regards to the U.S. Navy’s position in maritime safety workout routines and operations, reaffirming its dedication to the AFRICOM mission and regional stability.
For greater than 80 years, NAVEUR-NAVAF has constructed strategic relationships with allies and companions, leveraging a basis of shared values to protect safety and stability within the area.
Headquartered in Naples, Italy, NAVEUR-NAVAF operates U.S. naval forces within the U.S. European Command and U.S. AFRICOM areas of duty. The U.S. sixth Fleet is completely assigned to NAVEUR-NAVAF, using maritime forces throughout the complete spectrum of joint and naval operations.