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AMERICAN ARMY IN AFRICA

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MILITARY BUDGET : $ 302,000,000 

TOTAL PERSONELS : 2,000 

SUBORDINATE COMMANDS 

U.S. Army Africa (USARAF), Vicenza, Italy
U.S. Naval Forces, Africa (NAVAF), Naples, Italy
U.S. Air Forces, Africa (AFAFRICA), Ramstein Air Base, Germany
U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Africa (MARFORAF), Stuttgart, Germany
Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA), Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti
Special Operations Command-Africa (SOCAFRICA), Stuttgart, Germany
 

THEATER SECURITY COOPERATION PROGRAMS 

APS : Maritime. 7 ships. 7.000 soldiers. 22 African nations

 OEF-TS : U.S. Government’s Trans Sahara Counter Terrorism Partnership with  Algeria, Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal and Tunisia.

OOL : Defense Sector Reform program in Liberia

AMLEP : Preventation program for effects of illegal oil bunkering, poaching of fisheries, drug trafficking and piracy in Africa. Law enforcement teams from Senegal and Sierra Leone

IMET: Military and Education Training. In 2009, approximately 900 military and civilian students from 44 African countries received education and training in the United States or their own countries valued at $19.8 million. Chad, Cameroon, DRC, Mauritius, Sierra Leone, Cameroon, Comoros, DRC, Mauritius, and Guinea Bissau.

PMHAP: To support African militaries' fight against HIV/AIDS now reach 40 African countries. Reached more than 400,000 African troops and family members. and testing services for 210,000 service members and their families. In addition, 122 (number from FY09) senior military leaders have been trained on HIV/AIDS policies, and 1,100 peer educators and 3,000 health care workers have received HIV/AIDs training. Over 37,000 individuals are on antiretroviral treatment as a result of these collaborative efforts. The fight against HIV/AIDs in Africa is having an impact. 

FY 2011 BUDGET 

The 38 million dollars for the Foreign Military Financing programme to pay for U.S. arms sales to African countries includes:

9 million for Liberia,
9 million for Morocco,
4.9 million for Tunisia,
2.5 million for Djibouti,
2 million for Ethiopia,
1.5 million for the Democratic Republic of Congo,
1.4 million for Nigeria,
one million for Kenya.
 

The 21 million dollars for the International Military Education and Training Programme to bring African military officers to the United States for military training includes:

2.3 million for Tunisia,
1.9 million for Morocco,
1 million for Kenya,
1 million for Nigeria,
1 million for Senegal,
950,000 for Algeria,
825,000 for Ghana,
725,000 for Ethiopia,
600,000 for Uganda,
500,000 for the Democratic Republic of Congo,
500,000 for Rwanda.
 

The 24.4 million dollars for Anti-Terrorism Assistance programmes in Africa includes:

8 million dollars for Kenya,
1 million for South Africa,
800,000 for Morocco, and
400,000 for Algeria, and
14 million for African Regional Programmes.
 

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