The Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa Medical Logistics Traveling Contact Team exchanged best practices with the Tanzanian Peoples' Defense Force in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, January 30 through February 2.
"We went down at the invitation of the TPDF," said U.S. Navy Commander Dan Patterson CJTF-HOA deputy force surgeon. The team spent five days exchanging ideas with the Tanzanians on U.S. procedures for medical planning and logistics, he said.
PEMBA ISLAND, Zanzibar—Hundreds of students, educators and residents of Bopwe shehia attended a ceremony hosted by a delegation of Tanzanian and U.S. guests to commemorate the completion of a $320,000 Combined Joint Task Force – Horn of Africa construction project: a new school.
During the ceremony, Zanzibar President Dr. Ali Mohamed Shein, U.S. Ambassador to Tanzania Alfonso E. Lenhardt, and CJTF-HOA Commander Rear Admiral Brian Losey stood side-by-side to cut a yellow ribbon, an ac
The Tanzanian People's Defence Force (TPDF) held a dedication November 23, 2010 to accept two 27-foot defender class boats at the Tanzanian Navy Base in Kigamboni, Tanzania.
The boats were presented by Rear Admiral Brian Losey, Commander Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa, on behalf of the American people and U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM).
The dedication ceremony highlighted the continuing partnership between the U.S. and Tanzanian militaries.
"On behalf of the
The 403rd Civil Affairs Battalion received authority from the 404th CA Battalion.
Studies have been conducted and have included evidence that illegally trafficked goods from Tanzania have been distributed throughout the world to include parts of Asia, South America, and North America. According to a U.S. Department of State Report from May 2017, “illicit trafficking remains the lifeblood of the numerous bad actors and networks, creating vulnerabilities for nations.”