The United States Africa Command, created in 2007, is responsible for military relations in 53 African countries. Having assumed responsibilities formerly housed in three other combatant commands, USAFRICOM is now tasked with a broad range of humanitarian, military and policy objectives on the continent, including conducting mine action and remediating the dangers posed by explosive remnants of war. This article explores the massive tasks facing USAFRICOM as it stands up, and the ways in which the command is already making a much-needed difference.
"USAFRICOM's Approach to International Stability,"
The Journal of ERW and Mine Action
: Vol. 13
, Article 5.
Available at: https://commons.lib.jmu.edu/cisr-journal/vol13/iss3/5
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