AFRICOM Provides Supplies and Training for Game Rangers in Tanzania

Game rangers in Tanzania play an important role in the country's economy by fighting poaching in the region. Air Force Staff Sergeant Jessica Wolter takes us to the Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania where these rangers are getting new supplies and training from the U.S. Government.

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Tanzania rangers showcase anti-poaching skills

Tanzania Rangers held a demonstration day to show off their newly acquired skills after training with soldiers from the U.S. Army North Carolina National Guard and 403rd Civil Affairs Battalion August 24, 2016, at Rungwa Game Reserve, Tanzania.

U.S. Army trains Tanzania Rangers to combat poachers

U.S. Army Civil Affairs Battalion, a component of Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa, and North Carolina Army National guard soldiers trained Tanzanian Park and Game Reserve rangers in counter-poaching.

Multiple units, one support apparatus: CJTF-HOA at Eastern Accord 2016

Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa sent a joint team to provide real world support and subject matter experts to Eastern Accord 2016 at the Tanzanian Peacekeeping Training Centre, July 11-22, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Counter-IED training at Eastern Accord 2016

Members of Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa taught Dutch, Tanzanian and Ugandan military leaders on counter-improvised explosive device operations during Eastern Accord 2016, July 14, 2016, at the Tanzanian Peacekeeping Training Centre, in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

CJTF-HOA supports Eastern Accord 2016

Members of the Combined Joint Task-Force Horn of Africa provides logistical and trainer support to the annual Eastern Accord 2016 command post exercise at the Tanzanian Peacekeeping Training Centre, in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.