The U.S. Marine Corps is arguably one of the most revered institutions within the U.S. Department of Defense. So, when Combined Task Force – Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA) leadership recently welcomed members of the Djibouti Armed Forces (FAD) into the U.S. Marine Corps Corporals Course, it was a distinct honor.
Military, government and police officials from 13 countries gathered for the 13th Regional Senior Mission Leaders Course at the International Peace Support Training Centre in Karen, Kenya, Feb. 15-26, 2016.
You’ve probably heard Gen Grigsby or SgtMaj Skinner talk about the fact that they view CJTF-HOA as a leadership factory. They believe, as do we, that our most important job as military leaders is to prepare future leaders to eventually take our places. That has always been the way of the military and it ensures the survivability of our units in combat and the vitality of our services over time. Someone always has to be ready to step up and take charge, regardless of why the previous leader is no longer able to serve.
In order to keep personnel safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti (CLDJ) and Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA) leadership created and trained a team of service members to disinfect high-usage areas around camp.
KAMPALA, Uganda—U.S. Army Soldiers conducted a Pilot Senior Leader Program (PSLP) with the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) focused on the knowledge and skills needed for mentoring, managing and training junior rangers.